Use of medications to enhance memory in a large community sample of 60-64 year olds
Background: There are no existing epidemiological data on use of medications to enhance memory. Method: A community survey was carried out in Canberra and Queanbeyan, Australia, of an electoral roll sample of 2551 adults aged 60-64 years. Data collected included self-reports of using medications to enhance memory, tests of memory and other cognitive functions, anxiety, depression, physical health and use of other medications. Results: 2.8% of the sample reported using medications to enhance...[Show more]
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