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Patients have a long road of rest and rehabilitation after a stroke.
New reports and television advertisements, however, seek to shed some light on hospice in hopes of helping patients and families gain greater understanding.
A study from Oregon State University recently examined how American adults with chronic health conditions are treated.
Research presented at the meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons reported that more than 7 million Americans are currently living with an artificial knee or hip.
Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles recently published a report in the American Journal of Medicine that discussed different body composition in older adults.
New research indicates that hearing loss may go beyond physical impairment, however, and also be linked to mood disorders such as depression, particularly among women.
Older adults with physical and mental conditions often seek long-term care at the end of their lives.
New research indicates that men who drink more than twice a week might be putting themselves at a higher risk of experiencing a stroke.
Recent studies suggest that people with diabetes are more likely to die from cancer. This news may be of particular concern for seniors, who are at risk of developing cancer and have a higher frequency of diabetes as well.
New studies suggest that seniors have seen a particular decline in driving-related deaths.
New studies indicate that more Americans than ever before - particularly older adults - are living with artificial joints. What's more, these replacements may be good for boosting cardiovascular health.
New studies suggest that symptoms of some forms of Alzheimer's may not occur until 10 or even 20 years after such conditions begin.
In a study, researchers discovered that the anticipation of pain itself can lead to a mental and physical response beyond that which is caused by actual wear and tear on the joints. In other words, just thinking about the pain made it worse.
The benefits of dark chocolate have been lauded by scientists for years, and new research may have discovered just what it is about the delicious ingredient that makes it good for the human cardiovascular system.
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