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New thinking about urinary tract infections

Treating a urinary tract infection (UTI) in an older adult can be complicated. Symptoms may include a burning feeling with urination, a sense of urgency to urinate, increased frequency of urination, and confusion. But some UTI symptoms are similar to… More »

Thinking good thoughts

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help men deal with negative thinking caused by many common psychological issues that can arise from changing life issues, such as anxiety, depression, fear, compulsive disorders, and phobias. With CBT, people work with a therapist… (Locked) More »

Blood pressure targets changing?

New guidelines recommend that for otherwise healthy adults ages 60 or older, high blood pressure treatment should begin when the systolic measurement is at or above 150 millimeters of mercury. More »

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