Study links antidepressant to fractures in Senior Citizens

Seniors are at risk for medication-related problems and a Canadian study recently affirmed that. A recently released study reported that daily use of a common antidepressant can potentially double the risk of fracture in people older than 50. In a randomly selected study controlled for other variables, daily users of antidepressants were 2.1 times more likely to suffer fractures than those who did not.

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