Patients requiring a new kidney appear to be much more likely to receive a kidney now than if they were waiting for a transplant more than 10 years ago.
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With age comes bone density loss, and this may be reduced using a full-body vibration therapy.
According to current intelligence tests, 70-year-old people are much smarter now than they used to be.
Experts have suggested that women over 65 years old receive routine screenings for osteoporosis and recommended additional checks every 2 years. However…
Senior skiers who have been active their entire life have double the capacity for oxygen-uptake when compared with seniors who do not exercise.
Elderly women who improve strength and balance can effectively reduce the risk of suffering a fall and potentially a hip fracture or replacement.
Just two vodka drinks inhibited elderly individuals enough to have trouble completing a walking obstacle course.
Memory lapses, or senior moments, may not be caused by getting older.
A study performed for the Mayo Clinic Study of Aging discovered men being 1.5 times more likely than women to have some mild cognitive impairment.
A new study performed by an affiliate of Harvard Medical School evaluates this difference and explains how this may affect the structural makeup of programs to help prevent falls.