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Aging HIV/AIDS survivors place growing demands on health system

Being diagnosed with HIV/AIDS is no longer the death sentence it once was. Many HIV/AIDS patients now live long lives, thanks to the development of antiretroviral drugs. There is a need to recognize these aging survivors and their unique health issues, [[Till Baernighausen]],…

Global health focus transitions to the elderly, chronic disease

Global health needs are evolving from a focus on infectious diseases to chronic disease and from diseases of the young to those of the growing elderly population, according to international experts who spoke in March 2012 at Harvard Business School. The “Innovations…

Healthy aging: Unlocking the science of frailty and resilience

December 19, 2013 —“The diseases of aging are not inevitable,” geriatrician Linda Fried told a Harvard School of Public Health audience on December 16, 2013. As people live longer around the world—largely due to successes in public health over the past century—understanding…

Mediterranean diet boosts women's physical, mental health

A Mediterranean diet—rich in fish, nuts, vegetables, and fruits—appears to reduce the chances of developing chronic disease later in life, according to new research from Harvard School of Public Health. Tracking the dietary habits of over 10,000 women beginning in late middle…