Letters to the EditorIt is estimated that about 1 in 5 women and 1 in 10 men will experience a depressive episode during their lifetime.
Letters to the EditorAs time goes on, the number of older adults will continue to increase. We must be prepared to properly and effectively treat this growing patient population.
Physician's PerspectiveRobin M. Daly, PhD, spoke about nonpharmacologic interventions for falls and fracture prevention.
Case ReportCollagenous colitis is a common and treatable form of chronic, watery diarrhea, the incidence of which appears to be increasing over time.
Case ReportClinicians should have a high degree of suspicion when assessing geriatric patients with apparently benign pelvic fractures.
First Report®American Academy of Neurology (AAN) 2012 Annual Meeting: April 21-28, 2012; New Orleans, LA
First Report®American Pain Society 31st Annual Scientific Meeting: May 16-19, 2012; Honolulu, HI
Gastrointestinal DisordersNormal aging is associated with significant changes in the function of most organs and tissues, of which the GI tract is no exception.
Letters to the EditorIn our modern medical world, death is much more a choice about when, where, and how.