Joelle Kendle struggles with the decision of whether her 6-year-old son, Matthias, should be prescribed an antipsychotic. Letter writers suggest alternatives to the trend where a rising number of American families are using multiple psychotropic drugs to temper their children’s troublesome behavior.
Joelle Kendle struggles with the decision of whether her 6-year-old son, Matthias, should be prescribed an antipsychotic. Letter writers suggest alternatives to the trend where a rising number of American families are using multiple psychotropic drugs to temper their children’s troublesome behavior. Jim Wilson The New York Times
Joelle Kendle struggles with the decision of whether her 6-year-old son, Matthias, should be prescribed an antipsychotic. Letter writers suggest alternatives to the trend where a rising number of American families are using multiple psychotropic drugs to temper their children’s troublesome behavior. Jim Wilson The New York Times

Children and psychotropic drugs

November 18, 2014 04:00 PM