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According to study findings, an intervention program for older adults at risk of falling earned high marks for satisfaction among participants.
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…

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More than one in four people aged 65 and older fall each year and falling once doubles the chances of a recurring fall, according to Elisai’s Renee Campbell, MD, MBA, MPH, Global Value and Access Epilepsy and Sleep lead, Genevieve De Sousa Meier,…
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…
Tena Alonzo made the powerful statement during her presentation: “Comfortable people don’t fall.”
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