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Study links certain medications to a higher risk of dementia

But some experts say limitations of the study raise questions about the results. Could one of your regular pills raise your risk of dementia? A study published online June 24 by JAMA Internal Medicine found that people over age 55 who took a daily dose of certain common drugs for approximately three years had a 50% higher risk of developing dementia. …

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