Some commonly prescribed meds may increase the risk of dementia, study shows


USA Today reports that a study completed by University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom found a link between dementia and several commonly used medications including anticholinergic drugs like antidepressants, bladder antimuscarinics, antipsychotics and antiephileptic drugs "which resulted in nearly 50% increased odds of dementia."

The following article and study "strongly warns people against stopping any of the medications listed without consulting their doctors."

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