Antidepressant Ineffective For Repetitive Behaviors In Teens And Children With Autism

Teens and children with autism spectrum disorders who were given citalopram, an antidepressant, experienced no change in their repetitive behaviors, according to a study reported in Archives of General Psychiatry. Repetitive behaviors are common among people with autism, as are inflexible routines, which sometimes interfere with everyday life.

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Antidepressant Ineffective For Repetitive Behaviors In Teens And Children With Autism

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