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Are Psychotropics Responsible for Increased Fractures?

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Are Psychotropics Responsible for Increased Fractures?
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    Many commonly used medications are being implicated in increased risk of osteoporotic fractures, for example proton pump inhibitors. Psychotropics are getting scrutiny as well. Dr. Donald Robinson, professor of pharmacology and medicine at the University of Vermont and the author of more than 175 scientific papers on neuroscience topics, joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to explain which psychotropics are especially risky and why.

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    Many commonly used medications are being implicated in increased risk of osteoporotic fractures, for example proton pump inhibitors. Psychotropics are getting scrutiny as well. Dr. Donald Robinson, professor of pharmacology and medicine at the University of Vermont and the author of more than 175 scientific papers on neuroscience topics, joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to explain which psychotropics are especially risky and why.

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