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Long-term diuretic use may reduce fracture risk in people with Alzheimer’s disease

07:16 EDT 14 May 2019 | The Pharmaceutical Journal

Use of thiazide diuretics for three years or more may reduce the risk of low-energy fracture in people with Alzheimer’s disease, study results have suggested.

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