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Older adults can safely donate kidneys-6490

Older adults can safely donate kidneys

Carefully selected adults over age 60 can safely donate a kidney and experience few perioperative risks and no added risk of long-term kidney failure, a recent study shows.

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USPSTF updates osteoporosis screening recommendations-6484

USPSTF updates osteoporosis screening recommendations

In its new update, the US Preventive Services Task Force continues to recommend screening for osteoporosis using bone measurement testing to prevent osteoporotic fractures in women 65 and older.

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Older men reluctant to seek help for stress incontinence-6479

Older men reluctant to seek help for stress incontinence

A study of men (mean age, 69) who ultimately had surgery for stress urinary incontinence revealed that the average patient waited close to three years before doing anything about the disorder, and one-third of the 572 men studied waited more than five years.

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Stats: 37% of adults take meds that may trigger depression-6454

Stats: 37% of adults take meds that may trigger depression

A study of medication use among more than 26,000 US adults (mean age, 46) showed that 37.2% were taking drugs with depression as a potential adverse effect, and about 7% were taking three or more concurrently.

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Stats: 85% of PCPs can't deal with complex health conditions-6437

Stats: 85% of PCPs can't deal with complex health conditions

Physicians lack the time and tools to uncover "hidden" risks in patients with chronic conditions, according to a survey of US primary care physicians (PCPs) and patients 65 years and older who have multiple chronic conditions and are Medicare beneficiaries.

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USPSTF: No PSA testing for men 70+-6388

USPSTF: No PSA testing for men 70+

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends that men 55 to 69 who are interested in prostate cancer screening talk to their doctors about potential benefits and harms before deciding whether to undergo periodic prostate-specific antigen (PSA)-based screening.

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