Whether it's hypertension, diabetes, arthritis there's always a prescription. For every problem there's one or more drugs. But is this always good? Dr. Ariel Green, Associate Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine points out that medicines are sometimes the problem. Geriatricians know. Every pill is a potential problem.
PS: I say it over and over again: There's no one more important than the caregiver in the daily life of a frail person.