Aging

Falling is the leading cause of preventable injury in the U.S., and is particularly perilous for older adults

By Ask the Doctors • June 27, 2022

Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss in older age, and typically begins to affect adults who are 55 and older

By Ask the Doctors • June 10, 2022

Your sense of balance is actually quite complex, and the inner ear, as well as strength and flexibility, each play an important role

By Ask the Doctors • May 23, 2022

Asking older patients just three questions may lead to earlier detection and timely diagnosis of cognitive decline

By uclahealth • May 9, 2022

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that plays a vital role in some of the body’s most important functions

By Ask the Doctors • March 18, 2022

Cold weather poses an additional risk for older adults due to some of the physical changes associated with aging

By Ask the Doctors • March 2, 2022

As you get older, many adults begin to notice changes to the sound and timbre of their voices

By Ask the Doctors • December 27, 2021

Whether due to genetics or a range of health conditions, some people are at increased risk of coagulation, which also plays a role in DVT

By Ask the Doctors • October 25, 2021

Understand the early signs of menopause and learn ways to ease the transition

By Ask the Doctors • September 29, 2021

Physiological changes associated with aging alter the body's electrolyte balance and mute the sensation of thirst. Learn more about properly hydrating your body

By Ask the Doctors • September 17, 2021