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Should physicians prescribe cognitive enhancers to healthy individuals?

Physicians should not prescribe cognitive enhancers to healthy individuals, states a new report. The authors provide their recommendation based on the professional integrity of physicians, the drugs' uncertain benefits and harms, and limited health care resources.
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