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Why does the comparison table include anti-histamines amongst the anti-muscarinics? There is no comparison being done. Did the author mean to compare the different antimuscarinics? I don't want to remove the anti-histamines without knowing why they are included since someone might think that Diphenhydramine is an antimuscarinic. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 13:00, 8 April 2010 (UTC)
This is absolute gibberish for anyone who isn't a biochemist or doctor. Wikipedia (or any encyclopaedia) is supposed to have at least a line or two describing the topic in a way that a layman can understand. Wikipedia is getting out of control in this regard. Someone please add a simple intro. I have no idea what this one is talking about, so I can't. Unfortunate because I wanted a quick intro. Now I will have to go to one of the medical web sites that do explain things better.