Pain Relievers Canceling Out Effects of Antidepressants

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Over the past few weeks, the pharmaceutical and drug company communities have been abuzz with news that certain over-the-counter pain relievers may cancel out the impact of antidepressants. In a special report, Fox News investigates the matter further during a conversation with one of the lead scientists at the Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation

 
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