No change was seen in prevalence of depression from 1990-1993 to 2008-2011.
A combined cognitive-behavioral therapy and exercise intervention improved mood and physical functioning and showed acceptance among older minority and immigrant adults.
Exercising may delay brain deterioration in people at high risk for Alzheimer disease.
After a diagnosis of MCI has been established, patients should be counseled on treatment options.
Elder abuse is most commonly committed by family members.
More than 10% of US adults aged 65 years and older are estimated to be current binge drinkers.
Overall, US older adults who reported longer sleep duration have poorer objective and subjective cognitive performance.
Older adults reporting passive suicidal ideation may not be depressed, but may be experiencing worse health and functioning.
Older adults with severe depressive symptoms are more likely to be taking high-potency opioid medications compared with older adults without such symptoms.
Between 2003 and 2015, approximately 2% of adults 55 years and older who died by suicide were associated in some way with long-term care.