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Dementia risk linked to some medicines
by Ian Westbrook, Health Reporter
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26 April 2018
On 26 April 2018 BBC News reported:
A study links the long-term use of some drugs with a higher risk of dementia. In England, 1.5 to two million people are likely to be taking anticholinergics for depression, Parkinson's, and bladder problems. University of East Anglia researchers found more cases of dementia in patients prescribed larger quantities of particular anticholinergics. ... The research [was] funded by Alzheimer's Society and published in the British Medical Journal ...
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