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People 55 and older represent 41% of the U.S. population living with HIV. Learn more about #HIVandAging and #NHAAD.
Ozempic and related medications are changing how ordinary people as well as medical experts think about obesity.
People over 70 have a heightened risk of cancer, yet they are under-represented in clinical trials of new drugs.
While patient advocates are celebrating, critics predict the rollout of Leqembi will aggravate racial disparities in elder care.
The CDC recommends that everyone 13 to 64 get tested for HIV at least once. Why stop at 64? SAGE wants the upper limit removed.
Employers understand the need to take time off to care for a baby, but there’s less understanding about time to care for anyone else.
People with strong connections to family, friends and their communities are happier, physically healthier and live longer.
While applauding an updated guide to start mammograms at age 40, the American Cancer Society also weighs whether to screen after 75.
Treatment has shifted to immunotherapy, but survival gains have been small for people over age 75.
The findings provide a basis for future studies of the immune system’s role in longevity.
More people are learning that audio screenings are the best way to address possible age-related hearing loss.
Before they get COVID, people over 65 should have a plan for accessing antiviral treatment.
Glasgow Manifesto calls for care, quality of life and empowerment for aging and older adults living with HIV.
Playing racquet sports was associated with the greatest reduction in risk of cardiovascular deaths, according to a new study.
Three quarters of those who opted for medical aid to end their lives were people with cancer.
#HLTSAD—which is Sunday, June 5—urges you to #Mobilize2Thrive and prioritize the quality of life for HIV long-term survivors.
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