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Effects of Nutrition Therapy in Older Stroke Patients Undergoing Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Stroke can cause serious impairment of physical function, adversely affecting patients’ activities of daily living (ADL); it is the third leading cause of disability worldwide ( 1 ). A major challenge in stroke patients is malnutrition ( 2 ). Many …

10.08.2018 | Editorial


Historically, resilience research has been largely committed to early childhood and adolescence. Successful ageing is supported by vast literature. Resilience in adulthood and later life, by comparison, remains understudied. It seems that those …


Associations Between Sarcopenic Obesity and Cognitive Impairment in Elderly Chinese Community-Dwelling Individuals

Sarcopenia was first described by Rosenberg as an age-related loss of skeletal muscle ( 1 ). Recently, it was considered as an age-related decline in the skeletal muscle mass and function (defined by muscle strength or physical performance) and …


Pre Frail 80: Multifactorial Intervention to Prevent Progression of Pre-Frailty to Frailty in The Elderly

The elderly population will increase in forthcoming decades, making frailty an increasing public health problem. The effectiveness of multifactorial interventions in the frail elderly is known. However, the Pre frail 80 study provides evidence on …


Effects of Resistance Exercise Training on Cognitive Function and Physical Performance in Cognitive Frailty: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Frailty is an age-related, biological syndrome characterized by decreased biological reserves, due to dysregulation of several physiological systems. It increases the individual risk for stress-induced impairment, and is associated with poor …

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