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Not acting like themselves: Antidepressants in environment alter crayfish behavior: Crayfish exposed to low levels of antidepressant medication behaved in ways that could make them more vulnerable to predators – Science Daily

Expose crayfish to antidepressants, and they become more outgoing — but that might not be such a positive thing for these freshwater…

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Antidepressants can help humans emerge from the darkness of depression. Expose crayfish to antidepressants, and they too become more outgoing — but that might not be such a positive thing for these freshwater crustaceans, according to a new study led by…

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