I’ve become concerned with the willingness to prescribe psychiatric drugs to teenagers, whose minds are still developing and I’d like to learn more about this issue, from a pharma sales and a neurobiological perspective. However, I have a background in marketing, not medicine, so some scientific papers I’ve found are just too dense for me. Is there a reliable, non-biased resource on the effects of psychiatric drugs on the teen brain for the layman?
Thank you in advance.
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