- The End-of-Life Doula Movement
Doulas have assisted women giving birth since ancient times. Now, they're helping individuals at a different transition, providing emotional support at the end of life.
- The Right Fit: Closing the Education Gap in Assistive Ambulation Devices
The majority of patients who use assistive devices for ambulation obtain those devices without physician consultation or guidance, resulting in the potential for injury and unnecessary expense. It's up to clinicians to address the void in health education.
- Alzheimer's Disease: The Virus Hypothesis
Evidence gives credence to a new hypothesis about the way in which Alzheimer's disease arises.
- Surgery & Cognition
Experts agree that not only patients but also providers need to be better educated about postsurgical cognitive changes.
From the Editor
What's Old Is New
Alzheimer's & Dementia
Brain Training and Cognitive Performance
Arts in Health Care
Guidelines for Geriatric Oncology
The Burden of Prior Authorizations
Exercise Boosts Cancer Survival
The Last Word
Attitude Is Everything