Anticholinergics linked to increased dementia risk

Patients prescribed certain types of anticholinergic drugs have a higher risk of developing dementia, research led by the University of East Anglia has shown.

by Chloe Harman
Anticholinergic medications might have long-term effects on cognitive function. | iStock
Anticholinergic medications might have long-term effects on cognitive function. | iStock

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