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Existing drug used to treat constipation may boost people's ability to think more clearly

The development of drugs to treat cognitive problems in patients with mental illness may be a step closer after a team of researchers discovered that an existing drug - used to treat constipation - may be able to boost our ability to think more clearly.
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Constipation drug 'could boost memory after just six days'

A drug used to treat constipation could boost a person's memory after just six days, a study by the University of Oxford suggests.

2 months ago|Los Angeles, United States
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Constipation drug 'could boost memory after just six days'

New study reveals that Prucalopride could tackle cognition impairments caused by depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

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Existing drug used to treat constipation may boost people's ability to think more clearly

The development of drugs to treat cognitive problems in patients with mental illness may be a step closer after a team of researchers discovered that an existing drug - used to treat constipation - may be able to boost our ability to think more clearly.

2 months ago|United States
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