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Magazine articles on caring for elders, and their special health issues.
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American Family Physician
August 15, 2004
Lang & Quill
Making Decisions with Families at the End of Life Because advance directives are not yet the norm, end-of-life decisions for patients without medical decision-making capacity are made regularly within discussions between the patient's physician and family. mark for My Articles 556 similar articles
American Family Physician
August 15, 2004
End-Of-Life Choices for Families An informational pamphlet for those making end-of-life decisions. mark for My Articles 231 similar articles
The Motley Fool
August 10, 2004
Dayana Yochim
Dad's Six-Figure Debt What do you do when a senior parent faces a serious financial bind? Here is advice to one very concerned son whose dad is paying $20,000 in credit card interest each year and asks others to weigh in on this important topic. mark for My Articles 492 similar articles
American Family Physician
July 15, 2004
Robertson & Montagnini
Geriatric Failure to Thrive Some elderly patients, including those who do not have acute illness or severe chronic disease, eventually undergo a process of functional decline, progressive apathy, and a loss of willingness to eat and drink that culminates in death. mark for My Articles 552 similar articles
July 12, 2004
Howard Gleckman
When A Parent Needs Help How to pull together an elder care plan that makes sense for you, your siblings -- and your parents. mark for My Articles 130 similar articles
July 12, 2004
Susan Garland
Sometimes You Need An Ace A geriatric care manager can help you cope with an aging relative. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
U.S. Banker
June 2004
Michael Dumiak
The Heart of the Matter The elder services business at Wells Fargo helps clients in their 80s and beyond to live better. Not only is elder services a growing and profitable part of Well's private client services division, it offers what may turn out to be a great example of how to start and run a specialty business within a far-flung corporate empire. mark for My Articles 7 similar articles
Registered Rep.
May 1, 2004
Anne Field
Role Reversal What happens when adult children take over part or all of their parents' finances - at the request of Mom or Dad? How should an advisor approach such situations? mark for My Articles 522 similar articles
American Family Physician
May 15, 2004
Birrer & Vemuri
Depression in Later Life: A Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenge Depression in elderly persons is widespread, often undiagnosed, and usually untreated. Because there is no reliable diagnostic test, a careful clinical evaluation is essential. mark for My Articles 424 similar articles
Managed Care
April 2004
John Carroll
$50M for Drug Comparisons Could Produce Valuable Results The Medicare amendment adopted late last year contains a provision that could help P&T committees, not to mention consumers, evaluate competing drugs. mark for My Articles 991 similar articles
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