University of Pennsylvania Psychiatrist Questions Whether Antidepressants Prevent Alzheimer's

As surprising as it may seem, a University of Pennsylvania psychiatrist thinks antidepressants might help prevent Alzheimer's disease.

Yvette Sheline, who runs Penn's Center for Neuromodulation in Depression and Stress, expected to head down a completely different path when she started studying the relationship between depression and how much amyloid people had in their brains in 2009.

Penn's Yvette Sheline is running a trial to find a connection.

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