Aging Diseases

An aging-associated disease is a disease that is most often seen with increasing frequency with increasing senescence. An estimated 83.6 million American adults have 1 or more types of  Cardiovascular diseases, Of these, 42.2 million are estimated to be ≥60 years of age. For the 60–79-year-old age group, the following have Cardiovascular diseases, 70.2% of men, 70.9% of women. For the 80+ year-old age group, 83.0% of men; 87.1% of women have Cardiovascular diseases. Heart failure is the major cause for the death of elderly people suffering from cardiac problem The most commonly effected disease for the elderly people is Parkinson’s disease.

There are several classes of health issues that confront today's seniors. Some of them are chronic conditions that, while at least theoretically capable of showing up at a younger age, are typically seen with the highest frequency in older patients.

  • Aging and Parkinsons Disease
  • Aging and HIV
  • Aging and Obesity
  • Aging and Depression
  • Aging Skin
  • Aging Heart
  • Aging and Hypertension
  • Aging Pathology
  • Aging and Urology

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