HealthDay (2/26) reported researchers “examined the association between selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and intracerebral hemorrhage,” findings that “rates of intracerebral hemorrhage were 11% in people who’d been prescribed antidepressants and 14% in those who had not.” Included in the study were “nearly 128,000 people who had a stroke between 2010 and 2019.” The findings are slated for presentation “at the American Academy of Neurology’s virtual annual meeting, April 17-22.” (SOURCE: APA Headlines)