Most people with depression aren’t getting treatment, a study finds, while people who aren’t depressed are prescribed antidepressants they don’t need.  Ethnicity and income have a lot to do with that. providers.  The findings, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, highlight that there are continuing challenges in aligning depression care with patient needs.  Read the entire NPR commentary by clicking here.  Read the JAMA Article, Treatment of Adult Depression in the United States here.
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