Letters to the EditorThe idea of “brain fitness” as a means to retain cognitive skills is not a new concept to physicians.
AGS SpotlightThe last several years of SGR-induced uncertainty have taken a toll.
Physician's PerspectiveWhile the winter can be a magical and joyous time of the year, for many it brings life-changing concerns and realistic problems.
Online Exclusive ContentIn elderly patients, soft-tissue infections can be devastating.
FeatureThe use of a collaborative care model in the treatment of depression ensures that evidence-based recommendations are carried out correctly and efficiently.
FeatureBrain metastases are discovered on imaging studies, with contrast-enhanced MRI being the most sensitive modality available.
FeaturePhysician decision-making about NFCE rests solely with clinical evaluation of the patient.
FeatureAcetylcholinesterase inhibitors (AChEIs) are typically prescribed to treat symptoms of cognitive and functional decline in patients with AD and other dementias.
FeatureThere are differences in the clinical features and approaches to the treatment of gout in the elderly as compared with the general population.
The Patient Education ForumWhile having good genes certainly helps, a growing body of research suggests that how well you age depends largely on you and what you do.