SSRIs can increase the risk of falls in the elderly

New evidence suggests that SSRIs can increase the risk of falls in the elderly.

It's well-known that tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) increase the risk of falls in the elderly.

SSRIs were thought to be safer...because they're less likely to cause orthostatic hypotension or sedation.

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