x7 Study: Allergy medications linked to Alzheimer's disease
from By Denise A. Valenti
From May 3:
Allergy season is upon us, and while the use of seasonal allergy products may provide immediate relief, they may also come with long-term consequences. The very medications to stem the tickle in your nose are potentially doing damage to your brain. That's certainly nothing to sneeze at. Researchers investigating the long-term consequences of using allergy medications found common allergy drugs were correlated to increased brain atrophy and cognitive dysfunction.
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