New Patient Materials
Two new tip sheets on managing diabetes and its complications are now available.more
A new narrated presentation will teach caregivers how to help older adults dealing with pain. Take a listen now!more
Use of Feeding Tubes and Advanced Dementia
Dr. Ramona Rhodes writes about the decision to place a feeding tube in a family member with advanced dementia.more
AGS Identifies “Five Things”
Healthcare Providers and Patients Should Question and Discussmore
Preventing Medication Interactions
Medications Older Adults Should Avoid or Use With Caution. What you need to know to prevent harmful drug reactionsmore
Aging and Health A to Z
Interested in a specific disease or condition? Go to Aging & Health A to Z for an alphabetical list of diseases and disorders that are common in older adults.more
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What is Geriatrics?
Meet the professionals who care for older adults.
Ask the Expert
Q: Is persistent pain just part of growing old?
A: No. Pain is very common in older people but it is not normal or healthy. It should not be ignored or said to be a “part of getting older.”