As the proportion of olders adults in the United States continues to grow larger, more people are looking for ways to prolong their youth, age with dignity, maintain their health, and, overall, embrace aging. Ten-time Michigan Emmy...Read More
Health professionals and staff in Michigan may want to attend an affordable geriatric training event May 16 & 17, 2013, at the Holiday Inn-Gateway Centre, Flint. It is one way to stay current on health issues affecting older adults.
Currently, 10,000 adults retire each day in the United States, and 13% of the population falls into the age group of > 65 years – more than at any other time in...Read More
High blood pressure, nutrition, and HPV vaccination in boys were some of the topics that Hurley researchers presented during the May 3-7, 2013, Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting in Washington DC.
In all, the three PAS presentations represent the work of 19 Hurley-affiliated people.
Presentation titles and author names are listed below:
Some people blame heredity for health woes, while others take aim at health habits or medical care itself. As it turns out, though, one other aspect likely plays a greater role than all three combined: socioeconomic factors.
When physicians investigate a patient's medical history, pieces of this social/ societal aspect are typically captured in the "social history" section...Read More
If so, you might want to tell him or her about an opening in the one-year Geriatric Medicine Fellowship offered by Hurley Medical Center and the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. The fellowship is to begin July 1.
"I would recommend geriatric training for any graduate of an internal medicine or family practice residency program, as the...Read More