Some popular prescription drugs linked to greater risk of dementia: Study

The medications, which are used to treat conditions like seizures and depression, were tied to a nearly 50% greater risk of dementia in older patients.
0:21 | 06/25/19

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A new study tonight leaking some popular prescription drugs to a nearly 50% greater risk of dementia. In older patients the drugs known as anti Colin rejects are used to treat a number of conditions including bladder spasms seizures and depression. Researchers warning of the possible effects of long term use patient should not stop taking their medications. Until you consult with your doctor the city Pearson Gemma internal medicine.

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