A theory linking antidepressants with the risk of suicide and suicidal thoughts in kids and teens, is being questioned in light of recent research that analyzed 41 studies and found that adults had a lower risk of suicidal thoughts or behavior when taking medication. Among children, the medication did not raise or lower the incidence of these thoughts and acts. All the children in the study were taking Prozac. The study, published in the Archives of General Psychiatry, contradicts a Food and Drug Administration warning in 2004 about antidepressants. Antidepressants are thought to reduce suicide risk by treating depression, as suicide risk among depression patients remains the same or increases if the condition is not treated. The medication appears to affect kids differently than adults. The appearance of “black box” warnings against the use of medication in children caused a reduction in antidepressant use, which was correlated with an increase in suicide.