The BBC reports that “Prozac ‘found in drinking water’” in Britain, and that:
In the decade leading up to 2001, the number of prescriptions for antidepressants went up from nine million per year to 24 million per year, says the paper.
They point to a Observer story, “Stay calm everyone, there’s Prozac in the drinking water.”
So, 24 million people taking prozac out of a population of 60 million. Now its clear to me how people cope with all those cameras.
Photo “It’s rude to stare” by Gilgono.
[Update: Thanks to Philll-prescriptions are a month at a time. So it’s “only” 3% of the population at any one time. Which begs the question of how people cope.
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