Ines Moreno-Gonzalez, PhD, an adjunct associate professor of neurology, explains healthy aging can help reduce lifestyle risk factors for Alzheimer disease.
The author describes the evolution of the workweek and how shortening the expected hours for full-time work without a decrease in compensation may increase the well-being of health care providers while not decreasing current productivity.
Geriatric specialists discuss the long-term physical, mental, and social effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on people living with dementia and their caregivers.
Patients trust that what they tell their doctors will remain confidential, but under certain specific circumstances, the doctors may be obligated to breach that trust.
David O. Carpenter, MD, a public health physician, discusses the need for more research on gene-environment interactions that may contribute to altered cognition in older adults.
After a school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, Tali Raviv, MD, associate director of the Center for Childhood Resilience at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, discussed strategies for clinicians to help their clients manage high-profile incidents of violence.
Stroke-associated pneumonia research over the past 2 decades has yielded significant insight into SAP risk factors, diagnostic measures, and management strategies.
While food insecurity is a leading public health issue, research shows that nutrition security may be a better target for disease prevention strategies.
Analiz Rodriguez, MD, a neurosurgeon in Arkansas, recounts her experience with misogynoir during her residency training and the toll it took on her as a Black woman.
Patients rated female doctors more on their interpersonal skills and not much on their technical competence, a study found.