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The association between observed mobility and quality of life in the near elderly

20:37 EDT 21 Aug 2017 | Healthcare Economist

In a recent paper with Jeff Sullivan, Dana P. Goldman, and Thomas M. Gill in PLOS One, we try to answer this question. The paper’s abstract is below.   Introduction Chronic diseases associated with aging, such as arthritis, frequently cause reduced mobility, pain and diminished quality of life. To date, research on the association between […]

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