Research recently published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society confirms that high‐risk anticholinergic medications were amongst the treatments used by over 6% of older adults assessed by office-based physicians, representative of 14.6 million total visits nationally. The most common drug classes were antidepressants, antimuscarinics, and antihistamines. Women were at greater risk than men, as were those treated with six or more concomitantly prescribed medications, and those treated by psychiatrists or urologists. For more information see