Trends in Geriatric Healthcare

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Trends in Geriatric Healthcare

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Research Article Pages 31-38

Age-Related Changes of Some Trace Element Contents in Intact Thyroid of Females Investigated by Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescent Analysis

Authors: Vladimir Zaichick and Sofia Zaichick

Abstract: A prevalence of thyroid dysfunction is higher in the elderly as compared to the younger population. An excess or deficiency of trace element contents in thyroid play important role in goitro-and carcinogenesis of gland.

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Research Article Pages 23-29

Aging in America and Meals on Wheels: Exploring Impacts on Food Insecurity, Health Outcomes, and Hospitalizations

Authors: Visakha Som, Darlene Yee-Melichar and Mary Louise Zernicke

Abstract: In the U.S., the 65 and older demographic is expected to double in size by 2050 and with older adults accounting for more than a third of hospital stays, it can be expected that the portion of hospital stays by older adults will increase accordingly.

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Review Article Pages 14-22

Secondary Prevention of Cancer in the Older Individual

Authors: María Vallet-Regi, Miguel Manzano, Leocadio Rodriguez-Mañas, Manuel Ramírez Orellana, Alfredo Carrato, Pablo L Ortiz Romero and Lodovico Balducci

Abstract: The incidence and the mortality of cancer increase with age. This article explores the possibility of decreasing cancer-related mortality in the aged with secondary prevention of cancer deaths that entails early diagnosis of cancer through the screening of asymptomatic older individuals.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE Pages 1-13

Clinical Trials with Memantine and Cholinesterase Inhibitors in Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders: A Cross Sectional Analysis

Authors: Laurence Duco, C├ęcile Legendre, Gilles Chatellier and Olivier Saint-Jean

Abstract: Alzheimer disease currently affects more than 35 million people worldwide. After initial enthusiasm for the acetylcholinesterase inhibitors and memantine, their symptomatic efficacy and long-term value have been questioned by public health authorities. Against this backdrop of controversy, we have used the largest clinical trial registry to analyze clinical research on these drugs. We focused on the clinical relevance of the trials and on their publication rate.

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