Study finds a common class of drugs may increase dementia risk, but there’s some good news as well

Ken BellLTC News

Forbes (06/27/2019) – A recent study found evidence linking a class of popular drugs called anticholinergics to increased risk of developing dementia. These are common over-the-counter and prescription medications, and this is a troubling finding (and it’s not the first), but the research also conceals a piece of good news that we’ll circle back to after unpacking a few of the details. Full story »