Using Opioids Does Not Increase Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease, Study Shows

Using Opioids Does Not Increase Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease, Study Shows
Researchers have found that long-term use of opioids is not associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The research was part of Finland’s nationwide MEDALZ study, and the findings were published in the journal Pain Medicine under the title “Is Alzheimer’s Disease Associated with Previous Opioid Use?” Opioid drugs work on the nervous system

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