High-Risk Drinking In Older Adults A Growing Problem

09:00 EDT 15 Sep 2017 | Kaiser Health News

The scientists who ran the study didn't investigate causes, but speculate that anxiety caused by the recession, which hit right between the two surveys, may have played a part. In other public health news: lupus, nail-biting and other tics, end-of-life discussions, cervical cancer and more.

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