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  • Pneumonia in Elderly Adults: What You Should Know Pneumonia and the complications of the disease can be serious or even life threatening at any age, but people over the age of 65 are considered a particularly high-risk group. Pneumonia symptoms in elderly people can be difficult to detect and are often not identified until ... Continue Reading
  • Pneumonia Symptoms In Elderly Adults Pneumonia inflames the air sacs in one or both lungs, which may fill with pus or fluid. This can cause a variety of symptoms, including fever, cough, chills, difficulty breathing, and many others. Pneumonia may be mild for certain populations, but it can be deadly for adults ... Continue Reading
  • How to Prevent Pneumonia in Elderly Adults About one million Americans visit the hospital for pneumonia every year. More than 50,000 of them will die, 85% of which are seniors. That’s because the elderly are both more likely to develop pneumonia and less likely to survive it. Knowing how to prevent pneumonia in ... Continue Reading