Atypical antidepressants refer to a recently developed group of medications that work in varied ways on serotonin, norepinephrine , and dopamine systems to combat the symptoms of depression.
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Atypical antidepressants refer to miscellaneous group of drugs with antidepressant effects but only mild side effects

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