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Dear Dr. Prescott, When I have difficulty falling asleep, I am torn about using over-the-counter sleep medications. Are there any long-term health effects associated with the use of sleep aids? In particular, I was wondering whether the use of these drugs might increase the risk of dementia? Mary Schneeberger, Oklahoma City Before we talk […]