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Use of anti-depressants across Wales continues to rise

The use of anti-depressants across Wales is continuing to rise, with the latest NHS figures showing that in one part of the country as many as one-in-five adults picks up a prescription for anti-depressants in every month.

That increase comes as the waiting list for so-called talking therapies is getting longer.

Hywel Griffith reports.

  • 17 Aug 2013
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