Study: Antidepressants could help treat osteoporosis

10/30/2006 | MSNBC

A new study suggests antidepressants can be helpful in treating osteoporosis, an indication depression also is an element in causing bone mass loss and osteoporosis. Israeli scientists said the sympathetic nervous system activated by depression causes release of noradrenaline harmful to bone-building cells.

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