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What The Study Did: This study graded the evidence of 45 meta-analyses of observational studies on the association between antidepressant use or exposure and adverse health outcomes.
Authors: Elena Dragioti, Ph.D., of Linköping University in Linköping, Sweden, is the corresponding author.
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