Antidepressant Use Increases The Risk of Diabetes by 50%

Posted by Mellisa on January 5, 2013 in Antidepressants, Depression, Medications, Side Effects |
Diabetes Risk Rises with Antidepressant Use

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As if the typical side effects of antidepressants weren’t bad enough, it has also been found in a study located in the Journal of Diabetes,  that the use of Antidepressants in the absence of depression can increase the chance of getting Type 2 Diabetes by 50%.

Did you know that antidepressants are often prescribed for those in chronic pain, dealing with stress or trauma, pms and just feeling blue from time to time.

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Source: http://foodconsumer.org

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