I do not know if anyone else finds developments such as this troubling...although I admit my aversion to the administration of drugs to teens(or younger) stems from personal experience (not myself, but close friends) and a distrust in pharmaceutical solutions to complex problems. I am of the personal belief that a youthful mind, especially a teens, going through emotional and hormonal changes, is a poor template for drug-based solutions, as I believe that they are indicitive of a symptom-relief approach, while doing little to solve the underlying causes of depression, whether societal in nature, or personal...the people I have known have become, in the long-run, worse for their efforts under a prozac regimine, especially if they have tried to stop usage...these have all been late-teen, early 20's individuals. I admit, my sample-size is not necessarily indicitive of the larger picture, and in many cases I am sure it has helped individuals regain some control over their lives. Still, I feel studies like this, although independant (or perhaps because they are), can only increase the trend to medicate our youth, which I feel is a poor direction to head...also, in the study, although downplayed, there is still the increased risk of suicide among a small portion of Prozac takers, which seems painfully ironic, to say the least...indeed even within the study, the only participants who attempted suicide were prozac recipients... I could go on, but I believe you get the point...comments?