Tag: Seniors

Could Diabetes Drugs Help Curb Alzheimer’s?


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Alzheimer’s patients taking diabetes drugs may have fewer signs of dementia in their brains than similar patients not taking the drugs, new research finds.

Source: Could Diabetes Drugs Help Curb Alzheimer’s?


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Low Micronutrient Levels Tied to Frailty in Older Adults


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Low micronutrient status has potential to be a modifiable target for preventing frailty

Article from: Physiciansbriefing.com , Low Micronutrient Levels Tied to Frailty in Older Adults

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According to our research, these are the best keyword(s) or keyphrase(s) to include in your article:

  • common nutrient deficiencies in older adults
  • frail elderly nutrition
  • elderly nutrition problems

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  • Lower levels of dietary vitamins and antioxid
  • Nutrition and Frailty: Opportunities for Prevention and Treatment
  • Low Vitamin D Levels and Frailty Status in Older Adults
  • Nutritional determinants of frailty in older adults

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Starving Seniors: How America fails to feed its aging


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One out of every 13 older Americans struggles to find enough food to eat while the federal program intended to help hasn’t kept pace with the graying population.

Article from: Kaiser Health News,  Starving Seniors: How America fails to feed its aging


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Geriatric Anemia

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This Geriatric Anemia CME activity is designed to guide PCPs through the differential diagnosis of geriatric anemia, specifically using mean corpuscular volume (MCV) and red blood cell distribution width (RDW)”

Source: Geriatric Anemia


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  • geriatric anemia an overview of symptoms
  • geriatric anemia management
  • geriatric anemia causes

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  • Anemia in the elderly: clinical implications and new therapeutic concepts
  • Anemia at older age: etiologies, clinical implications
  • EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF ANEMIA IN THE ELDERLY
  • Anemia in the Older Adult: 10 Common Causes & What to Ask

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