Here's More Evidence That Common Drugs May Cause Cognition Issues
Certain over-the-counter drugs may be linked to health issues, like dementia, according to a new study, which mirrors past findings.By Katie Link | April 19, 2016
Taking pills to tame your allergy symptoms or to get some sleep may not be as harmless as you once thought.
Building on past research, a new study suggests anticholinergic drugs are linked to cognitive impairment and an increased risk of dementia.
Anticholinergic drugs include both over-the-counter and prescription medications. We're talking about drugs like Benadryl, Dimetapp and Unisom — chances are you have at least one of these types of drugs in your medicine cabinet.