Cataracts, epilepsy, and antidepressant use linked to glutamate receptor proteins in the eyes. Corresponding author Peter Frederikse said, “Recent studies identified associations between increased cataracts and epilepsy, and showed increased cataract prevalence with use of antiepileptic drugs as well… Read More
Researchers have found an increased autism risk in children when the mother has taken antidepressants – specifically selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors – within the last two trimesters of pregnancy.
Antidepressants are used to treat depression, and autism spectrum disorder is… Read More
Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have found that some forms of depression may be caused due to a malfunctioning of brain cells called microglia. The researchers suggest, “Progress in the understanding of the biology of depression has been… Read More
More evidence has come to light to support that antidepressants along with Alzheimer’s disease drugs may benefit stroke patients and boost recovery. Unfortunately, all of the current evidence is conflicting, so a large-scale study is required to better prove the… Read More