lunes, 20 de marzo de 2017

Kidney disease | Food allergies | Caregiver tips | Low vision | Male hormone treatment

Kidney disease | Food allergies | Caregiver tips | Low vision | Male hormone treatment

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Checking for Kidney Disease

A senior couple consulting with a nurse.

Early kidney disease doesn’t have symptoms. If you have high blood pressure or diabetes, ask your doctor to check your kidney function. (From NIH’s NIDDK)


Food Allergy Treatment and Prevention

An open peanut shell.

Learn about NIH-sponsored studies for the treatment and prevention of food allergies. (From NIH News in Health)


Caring for Someone with Alzheimer’s Disease

An adult daughter and mother.

Being a caregiver for someone with Alzheimer's disease can be tough. Check out these tip sheets and resource lists. (From NIH’s NIA)


Getting Help for Low Vision

A magnifying glass on top of a book.

Certain eye doctors specialize in providing training and devices to people whose vision can’t be corrected with standard glasses, contact lenses, surgery, or medicine. (From NIH News in Health)


Taking Male Hormone After Age 65

Three senior men sitting together.

An NIH-funded clinical study showed that testosterone therapy can improve bone strength and reduce anemia among men over age 65. (From NIH Research Matters)

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