Nutrition in the Elderly
Nutrition in the Elderly
02/13/2012

Kristen Hood Watson, MD; Sruti Chandrasekran, MD; and Nanette I. Steinle, MD Series Editor: Nanette I. Steinle, MD Drs. Watson, Chandrasekran, and Steinle are from the Department of Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine. Dr. Steinle is also from the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Baltimore, MD.  

Kristen Hood Watson, MD; Sruti Chandrasekran, MD; and Nanette I. Steinle, MD Series Edi...
Advancing age is associated with a slower metabolic rate, declines in muscle and bone mass, reduced total body water, and an increase in body fat.
02/13/2012
Lifestyle
Lifestyle
04/23/2011

GREGORY W. RUTECKI, MD

GREGORY W. RUTECKI, MD
Urologists and pediatricians are puzzling over an apparent substantial increase in renal lithiasis among children.
04/23/2011
Case in Point
Case in Point
01/17/2008

Ann Petersen, PhD, and Melinda S. Lantz, MD

Ann Petersen, PhD, and Melinda S. Lantz, MD
Eating disorders are chronic illnesses that often persist well into midlife and beyond, and include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and pathologic binge eating.
01/17/2008