Bone DiseaseMany exciting advances have been made in reducing the burden of osteoporosis in older patients.
Patient Tip SheetOlder women are more likey than men to have chronic, or ongoing, health conditions.
Meeting ReportAlthough the H1N1 pandemic has been relatively benign and manageable to date, WHO and other public health officials remain cautious in their predictions.
First Report®Meeting of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research Denver, CO; September 11-15, 2009
Physician’s PerspectiveAs we continue to debate the status of our national healthcare, we must not forget the importance of gender-specific health concerns.
cardiovascular diseaseCoronary artery disease (CAD) increases with age in women and is the most common cause of death in elderly women.
Hormone TherapyAlthough many women over age 65 have persistent menopausal symptoms, there are limited data to guide therapy among older women.
Psychiatry RoundsWhile caregiving is associated with many positive aspects, the stresses and burdens of the caregiver role pose many challenges for women’s health.