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Malaria Medication May Lead to Psychosis, Depression
Lariam, a medication used to prevent and treat malaria, may result in psychosis, aggression, and paranoia. Other side effects include depression and suicidal thoughts. Lariam, manufactured by Roche, was approved by the FDA in 1989.
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