ABC10: Yes, grapefruit can negatively interact with some medications

Grapefruit season is well underway in the United States. But author Caroline Moss claimed in a recent tweet that people taking antidepressants may want to steer clear of the citrus fruit. Moss also suggests that medical professionals in the U.S. are not required to inform people that they should avoid eating grapefruit if they are taking certain medications. 

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