OTC drugs implicated in cognition testing

So-called anticholinergic drugs, easily available treatments widely known by trade names associated with treatments for sleep disorder, hypertension, heart disease and COPD, have been linked with cognitive impairment and a higher risk of developing dementia, according to research concluded at the Indiana University School of Medicine. As reported on the CNN website, study subjects were assessed on a range of memory and cognitive tests and, with the aid of PET and MRI imaging technology, they wer...
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