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This article talks about the differences in the treatment of depression in adolescents by the United States and Britain. Britain takes a more cautious approach when prescribing drugs to adolescents because there of the risk of suicide as a side-effect. The U.S. are more likely to prescribe the medicine. This article informs the reader about the different sides of the argument and also gives statistics of the likely hood of the U.S. to prescribe medicine compared to Britain. It does a good job making the reader think about which country has the better approach.