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Caregiving for the Elderly

Mon, 8 Jun 2020

Even as the country slowly begins to reopen, people over 60—especially those with preexisting health conditions like heart and lung disease, diabetes and cancer—remain especially vulnerable to severe illness from COVID-19.

Alicia Arbaje, M.D., M.Ph.H, Ph.D., is an associate professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins, who specializes in the safety and care of older patients. She offers a range of tips and guidance for how to best care for your older loved ones to reduce their risk of becoming infected and what to do should they become ill.

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