Antidepressant Drugs ‘Fast Track to Dementia and Nerve Damage’

Researchers from Israel, Sweden and New York studied more than 71,000 patients between 2013 and 2017 and discovered a connection between usage of antidepressant drugs and dementia at a certain age. The research suggested, that antidepressant drugs may cause nerve damage, stop the growth of nerve cells, or be toxic to normal cells in the brain. [Details on ‘The Dr. Bob Martin Show’]