The study described sought to extend existing research by investigating the effects of dual sensory loss on mental health to identify factors that explain the longitudinal associations between sensory loss and depressive symptoms. 13 pages. Last reviewed April 2019.
This publication outlines the standards of practice for all Speech-Language Pathologists in Ontario when providing services to individuals who present with acquired cognitive communication disorders. 50 pages. Last reviewed January, 2019.
The authors discuss how anorexia is one of the major symptoms of depression in the elderly. Many elderly patients visit primary care physicians prior to seeking psychiatric help and therefore greater awareness and screening in the primary care setting is needed. A case study is included and discussed. 4 pages. Last reviewed December 2018.
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The authors sought to assess the impact of osteoporosis on health care costs for patients with chronic disease, specifically cardiovascular disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, depress and diabetes mellitus in the US. 8 pages. Last reviewed August 2018.
This article describes a cross-sectional analysis based upon data collected from a national telephone survey. Descriptive statistical analysis and multiple logistic regression was used to examine the association between osteoporosis and age, sex, other diseases and education defined by ISCED in participants aged 50 and older. 8 pages Last reviewed August 2018.