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Scientific American has a good story by Edmund S. Higgins suggesting that might be the case. As the story notes, the evidence for such a toll is still preliminary. But the story’s opening, which tells of a parent seemingly overeager to medicate a child who didn’t need it, gives an idea of why the question…

Neuroskeptic offers an elegant unpeeling of a study seeming specifically designed to find a marketing-friendly distinction for a drug — Abilify — otherwise undistinguished. Suppose you were a drug company, and you’ve invented a new drug. It’s OK, but it’s no better than the competition. How do you convince people to buy it? You need…