‘We pointed out, to find out whether or not the loss of driving ability played a measurable role in an older person eventual need for long-term care ‘said Sheila West, professor of ophthalmology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, ‘joined the independence that accompanies a driver’s license and car anecdotally for a long time to a better quality of life for seniors. ‘.
The researchers also noted that the loss of the ability to drive provides a very significant hardship for seniors areas areas or any place without good, accessible public transport for older people.
This study was funded by the National Institute on Aging. The study co-authors were: Stephen T. From Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Beatriz Muooz, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.According to results bevacizumab is avoid effectively nasopharyngeal carcinoma spreading to other areas of the body, the most frequent cause of death among patients with advanced disease.