Click here to read about the work being done by Emory researchers as they seek ways to help make the lives of those who are living longer better. Page 24 includes information about the work being done by Dr. William M. McDonald, J.B. Fuqua Chair for Lte-Life Depression, whose research specializes in neuro-modulation therapies for elderly patients.
- Older Adults Using Lipophilic Statins May Be More Likely To Develop Dementia, Study Indicates
- Peer-To-Peer Support May Not Slow Decline In Health, Well-Being In Older Adults Who Receive It Compared With Those Who Receive Standard Community Services, Researchers Say
- Low Dose Of Nitrous Oxide May Help Improve Symptoms In Patients With Treatment-Resistant Depression, Small Study Indicates
- Apparent Major Depressive Episodes After COVID-19 Illness Appear Distinct From Those Usually Observed Among Adults, Survey Study Suggests
- Older Individuals With Intellectual And Developmental Disabilities May Be More Likely To Take More Psychiatric Medications, Have More Medical Conditions, Researchers Say