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How Aripiprazole’s Promise for Treating Autism Fell Short
Aripiprazole, marketed as Abilify, is widely thought to be safer than risperidone, the only other drug approved for use in autistic children. A decade’s worth of data suggests that is not true.
How Aripiprazole’s Promise for Treating Autism Fell Short
How Aripiprazole’s Promise for Treating Autism Fell Short

Aripiprazole, marketed as Abilify, is widely thought to be safer than risperidone, the only other drug approved for use in autistic children. A decade’s worth of data suggests that is not true.

Aripiprazole, marketed as Abilify, is widely thought to be safer than risperidone, the only other drug approved for use in autistic children. A decade’s worth of data suggests that is not true.

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Many Non-Antibiotic Drugs Affect Gut Bacteria
Catherine Offord | Mar 19, 2018
A new study finds that more than 200 human-targeted, non-antibiotic drugs inhibit the growth of bacterial species that make up part of the human microbiome.
Speaking of Science
The Scientist Staff | Oct 1, 2013
October 2013's selection of notable quotes
Boosting Antipsychotic Drugs
Ed Yong | Aug 5, 2012
Chemicals that change the way DNA is packaged could improve the effects of current antipsychotics.
A Placebo for Schizophrenia?
Cristina Luiggi | Jun 25, 2012
The placebo effect in clinical trials of the mental disorder has increased over the past decade.