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Why are monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) prescribed less than other groups of antidepressants?

Although MAOIs are the oldest group of antidepressants, they're also the least commonly prescribed. This article explains why.

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The future of autism treatment: 4 recent innovations with transformative potential

Find out more about the groundbreaking innovations that could pave the way towards more effective treatment for the UK's 700,000 autistic people.

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How long does it take for antidepressants to work?

When a person is prescribed a course of antidepressants, one of the first questions they’re likely to ask their GP is “how long”? This guide explains the ins and outs of the duration of your antidepressant treatment, and why sticking to you meds is worth your while.

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Depression and anxiety journal: why you should keep one

Penning your thoughts on paper is a great first step if you are struggling to cope with your condition or your medication. This article explores the many benefits of keeping a journal.

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The evolution of pharmacy in the 21st century

Echo's Clinical Director, Alistair Murray, gives us a fascinating insight into the world of a modern pharmacy - and imagines what pharmacies could look like in the future.

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Why you need to know about antidepressant interactions

When mixed together in your body, certain medicines can have unexpected reactions. If you're someone who has been prescribed an antidepressant on repeat prescription, understanding these interactions can save you a lot of bother.

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