Have Americans Gone Crazy? 73% More Adults, 50% More Children Use Drugs to Treat Mental Illness Today Than in 1996. Turn to EIN News for More of the Story

WASHINGTON, May 6 — /EIN News/ Compared to 1996, 73% more adults and 50% more children are being prescribed drugs to treat mental illness in the United States. Yet, no headway is being made for treating the seriously mentally ill.

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— Latest Antipsychotics News – http://pharmaceuticals.einnews.com/news/anti-psychotics
— Latest Antidepressants News – http://pharmaceuticals.einnews.com/news/antidepressants
— Latest Mental Illness Drugs News – http://pharmaceuticals.einnews.com/news/mental-disorders-drug

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