Day

August 4, 2015
04
Aug

Older Adults Are Less Likely to See a Psychiatrist, But Take More Drugs

New research suggests that the elderly are twice as likely to take psychiatric drugs but are half as likely to see a psychiatrist, compared to young adults, UPI reports. The findings raise concerns about bad interactions between such drugs and the host of other medications older adults are likely prescribed. “Our findings suggest that psychotropic...
Read More

Call for more information and daily rates:

(800) 877-4520

Archives

Categories