The Patient Education ForumDiabetes is increasing among persons over the age of 65 years, particularly among minorities.
AGS SpotlightWe need to encourage our older patients to keep current with all of their recommended immunizations.
Physician’s PerspectivePhysicians all too often reach for a “pill” as a way of treating a specific problem.
Metabolic DisordersA key determination in evaluating the patient with hyponatremia is whether hyponatremia is of dilutional, depletional, or mixed origin.
PsychiatryScreening is of clear benefit only in settings that have the means to offer accurate diagnosis, effective treatment, and monitoring over time.
Point of ViewThere are many barriers that stand in the way of proper treatment for older adults with pain.
Case ReportSyncope/presyncope due to Orthostatic hypotension (OH) is a common complaint among patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD).
Psychiatry RoundsThe following case illustration demonstrates how common interpreter errors can interfere with treatment.