About 20 percent of older adults reported worsening in their mental health since the start of the pandemic.
There is a significant association between cognitive decline and both bone loss and fracture risk, independent of aging, in community-dwelling, older women.
Researchers examined the extent cannabis use is associated with magnetic resonance imaging–measured cerebral cortical thickness development during adolescence.
Gray market care represents a substantial proportion of paid, long-term care for older adults.
With psychoactive substance use being risky for some adults with functional impairments, this study investigated cannabis use, prescription opioid, and tranquilizer/sedative (mis)use among US adults aged ≥50 years who reported functional impairments.
Blood-brain barrier-crossing renin-angiotensin drugs seem to be associated with better memory recall in seniors.
Online ratings perceived to be very important nearly as often as word-of-mouth recommendations from family and friends.
Stress-related brain activity tied to higher risk for developing Takotsubo syndrome.
Cortical thinning partially mediates the association between neighborhood-level disadvantage and cognitive decline.
Both use of fall risk-increasing drugs and mortality due to falls are on the rise in older adults.