AGS Identifies “Five Things”
Healthcare Providers and Patients Should Question and Discussmore
Managing Multiple Health Problems
More than half of all adults 65 and older have three or more ongoing health problems. Click through to learn how to better manage multiple health problems.more
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
Making Your Wishes Known
You have the right to make decisions about your body and your health care. Find out here how to make your wishes known.more
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What is Geriatrics?
Meet the professionals who care for older adults.
Ask the Expert
Q: What is different for older adults with Diabetes compared to younger people?
A: Having diabetes increases the chance of having heart attacks, strokes, kidney or eye problems, which makes it an especially challenging disease for older adults to manage.