The researchers searched PubMed and Web of Science for studies published between 1990 and April 11, 2021, that investigated associations between possible risk factors and depression in people aged 60 and over.
In this study, researchers used the US National Inpatient Sample (NIS) public database to compile the discharge notes of 10.9 million women aged 60 years and older who were hospitalized with severe cardiac symptoms.
This retrospective cohort study evaluated patient data from patients aged 50 years or older who received an acute course of ECT between 2011 and 2019 and were evaluated for cognition and depression outcomes on the basis of baseline cognitive function.
More than 111,000 deaths per year could be prevented by adding 10 minutes per day of physical activity for middle-aged and older adults,
Significantly faster declines in global cognition, memory, and executive function are seen following incident myocardial infarction (MI).
Nearly one-third of NPs failed to recognize depression as a risk factor for CVD.
Delirium prevention program leads to fewer cases of new-onset delirium during post-acute rehabilitation stays at a skilled nursing facility.
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.