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An elderly couple comes to the clinic for a routine visit and to receive their annual influenza vaccinations. The man has congestive heart failure with poor systolic function; his condition is stable on current medications. His wife has had 2 vertebral compression fractures but is...
A QUARTER CENTURY after it was established, the federal Elderly Nutrition Program (ENP) is helping millions of older Americans to meet or exceed recommendations for a healthy diet.
The program also provides another kind of sustenance, helping the elderly live potentially longer,...
THE FOOD and Drug Administration (FDA) has published its final rule requiring the labeling of pharmaceuticals to include information pertinent to their appropriate use by elderly patients (aged 65 years or older). Although the rule becomes effective 1 year from the date of its...
PERSISTENT MYTHS about sleep in late life may deter older adults from bringing sleep troubles to their physicians and physicians from pursuing often-remediable symptoms.
It is not true, sleep specialists asserted in recent interviews, that:
• poor sleep is an inevitable...
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