Medication is the most popular treatment for depression disorders which affect millions of Americans during their lifetime. In 2005, American doctors wrote an astounding 29.6 million prescriptions for Zoloft, the highest-selling antidepressant. More than a handful of people should therefore be taking note of the latest research published by UCLA, suggesting that the link between another popular antidepressant, Prozac, and suicide is not alarming as many studies to date have found. Dr. Julio Licinio joins Patt to talk about the study he led. Dr. Syed Naqvi, Director of Pediatric Psychopharmacology clinic at Cedars Sinai, talks about some of the caution society should take with this form of medication.