Michigan Judge Under Scrutiny After Publicly Shaming Elderly Cancer Patient for Not Tidying Up Lawn

Michigan Judge Under Scrutiny After Publicly Shaming Elderly Cancer Patient for Not Tidying Up Lawn

A judge in Michigan has come under criticism after she publicly shamed an elderly cancer patient for not properly maintaining his lawn despite medical treatments leaving him weak.
Brazil Hospital Chain Allegedly Tested Unproven Drugs on Elderly COVID Patients: Whistleblowers

Brazil Hospital Chain Allegedly Tested Unproven Drugs on Elderly COVID Patients: Whistleblowers

A lawyer for whistleblowers composed of doctors revealed that a Brazilian hospital chain had allegedly tested unproven drugs on elderly COVID patients without their knowledge.
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Cash Gernon Kidnapping Suspect Faces Additional Charges

After being accused of kidnapping 4-year-old Cash Gernon, an 18-year-old man from Texas now faces charges on another incident that involves an elderly and a 2-year-old girl.
Arthritis Drug Decreases COVID-19 Deaths Among Elderly, Says New Study

Arthritis Drug Decreases COVID-19 Deaths Among Elderly, Says New Study

An arthritis drug was significantly found to cut deaths in elderly patients admitted to the hospital with COVID-19.
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COVID-19 Cases in Texas Nursing Homes More Than Double in a Month

The number of COVID-19 cases in Texas nursing homes has significantly increased this month, with 8,291 confirmed cases on Monday.
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Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to Refrain From Taking Action If Nursing Homes Under-Identify Coronavirus Cases

In a public government document, the U.S. government is now enabling long-term care facilities to choose not to provide data of COVID-19 deaths and cases that happened before May 6.
Coffins of people who have died from coronavirus in the church of the Serravalle Scrivia cemetery

Dead and Abandoned: Spanish Army Finds Elderly Care Residents Left Alone

Army troops discovered elderly patients left to fend for themselves in numerous abandoned care homes in Spain.

Latino Elders' Needs are Best Uncovered During the Holiday Season

Often, because family members don't have spare time to assess the health of their elders or to visit, they neglect the obligation. The holiday season, however, poses the perfect opportunity for family members to sit, and question their elders about their concerns or discomfort, as family gathers for the season.
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