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According to researchers, depressive symptoms and altered use of public transportation occurred a decade before diagnosis of late-onset Parkinson disease in a cohort of patients.
Deborah Levine, MD, MPH, breaks down her recent study and explains why black individuals with a higher blood pressure level may be linked to racial disparities in cognitive decline.

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Fran Cunningham, PharmD, associate chief consultant for the Pharmacy Benefits Management Services in VA, discusses the findings of her recent study, highlighting a pharmacovigilance surveillance initiative looking at edaravone and monitoring…
Deborah Levine, MD, MPH, breaks down her recent study and explains why black individuals with a higher blood pressure level may be linked to racial disparities in cognitive decline.
Donovan T Maust, MD, MS, geriatric psychiatrist, discusses his recent study highlighting the rates of overdoses among adults aged 65 to 69 as well as fall-related injuries among adults 80 years and older following Medicare’s expansion of…
Brian Callaghan, MD, MS, associate professor of neurology, University of Michigan, discusses the correlation between out-of-pocket costs and adherence to medications among older adults with dementia, Parkinson disease, and neuropathy.
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