If there is one job where you hope the person in charge is not on medication, I imagine airplane pilot ranks right up there on top of the list. This is why many people have been surprised that the FAA has overturned a long standing rule that prohibited pilots from flying while on anti-depressant medication. As could be expected, this has lead to a lot of debate over whether this was a good decision, or a decision that could have harmful effects. This article is going to do a quick overview of the situation, and give an update about why
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