The United States has a rapidly ageing population, and 14 million people are projected to live with dementia by 2050.
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More frequent manic/mixed and depressive episodes were associated with an increased risk for Parkinson disease.
This noninferiority trial showed no more chronic sleep loss or sleepiness across trial days among interns in flexible programs than among those in standard programs.
As federal healthcare reform has expanded medical insurance to millions of people, hospitals have an increasing role in improving community health.
Gerontologists, practicing ethicists, policymakers, and health practitioners should consider the structural conditions of long-term care that both foster aggression and constrain prevention efforts, according to this commentary.
Researchers have proposed a model that can explain the degree of depression in Parkinson disease, using imaging and genetics data.
Reduced fetal growth was associated with a small but significant increase in the general risk for psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders.
Clinicians have a responsibility to engage in initiatives that improve the quality of health information available online.
Assuming blame for a medical error may help patients and families heal.
Hearing loss affects more than 50% of Americans 60 years or older.