Psychiatry RoundsPrevalence of late-onset psychotic symptoms is fairly high and accounts for up to 10% of psychiatric hospital admissions for patients over age 60.
Case Reports in UrologyNocturia is a common condition in older persons that significantly impacts quality of life.
Sleep DisordersHuman sleep is composed of two separate states: rapid eye movement (REM) and non-REM (NREM) sleep.
Digestive DisordersOlder patients with GERD tend to present with minimal or atypical symptoms, and are more likely to be poorly diagnosed or underdiagnosed.
Letters to the EditorThe use of anticonvulsants does raise the seizure threshold, and may require adjustments in the administration of the stimulus during therapy.
Physician’s PerspectiveEach year, in recognition of National Doctor’s Day, the American Medical Association (AMA) expresses its appreciation.
AGS SpotlightThe nation’s healthcare workforce is too small and is unprepared to care for the rapidly growing number of older Americans.
First Report®In 2008, the American College of Rheumatology developed recommendations for treating rheumatoid arthritis (RA) with biologic and nonbiologic DMARDs.
The Patient Education Forum<p>Sleep problems are very common in older people.</p>