Can Antidepressants Lower Blood Pressure?

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You can wear a patch to quit smoking and a patch to fend of pregnancy. Pretty soon, you’ll be able to wear a patch to treat depression.

Emsam, an experimental skin patch received U.S. regulatory approval for treating major depression in adults, Somerset Pharmaceuticals Inc. and Bristol-Myers Squibb announced on Tuesday.

The patch transmits monoamine oxidase inhibitors, a type of antidepressant, through the skin. These types of drugs have been approved by the FDA and carry warnings about risks...

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