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Process of Aging

  • Allergies in Elderly Adults What are Allergies? Allergies occur when your immune system reacts abnormally to a foreign substance that enters or touches your body. Immune systems produce antibodies. When you have allergies, your immune system rushes to produce antibodies that identify an allergen as ... Continue Reading
  • "Old People Smell": Does Body Odor Increase With Age? Does body odor change as you get older? You may notice unique smells with older people but that doesn’t necessarily mean that old people smell “bad.” In this post, we will review the science behind this smell and answer questions such as: Does your body odor change as you ... Continue Reading
  • What Causes Hot Flashes in Seniors and the Elderly? Hot flashes are one of the less fun aspects of growing older. A hot flash is a feeling of intense heat on the upper body lasting anywhere from 30 seconds to several minutes. The intense heat can often be accompanied by sweating, red skin and dizziness. The Mayo Clinic ... Continue Reading
  • Sudden Fainting: Causes of Syncope in Elderly Adults Remember that friend in high school who fainted the day you typed your blood in biology class? Then you are already familiar with syncope. Syncope, or sudden fainting, can happen to anyone at any age. But there is a higher risk of sudden fainting in elderly adults due to ... Continue Reading
  • Bowel Incontinence in Elderly Adults We promise there are fun parts of getting older - retirement and freedom to go on exotic vacations whenever you want, senior discounts literally everywhere, being awesome at 70’s music trivia, and bragging to your kids about how you saw Star Wars: A New Hope in theatres. ... Continue Reading
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