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PTSD is negatively associated with physical performance and physical function in older overweight military Veterans. KS Hall et al. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, May 2014

Performance-based assessment of falls risk in older Veterans with executive dysfunction, BL Fischer et al. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, May 2014.

Prisoner of war status, posttraumatic stress disorder, and dementia in older Veterans, O Meziab et al. Alzheimers & Dementia, June 2014

National evaluation of the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia among older versus younger Veterans, BE Karlin et al. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, May 29, 2014 (epub ahead of print.)

Sensitivity of osteoporosis screening guidelines for eventual hip fracture in older male Veterans, JM Pavon et al. BoneKEY Reports,May 7, 2014

Helping Invested Families Improve Veterans' Experiences Study (HI-FIVES): Study design and methodology, CH Van Houtven et al. Contemporary Clinical Trials, May 14, 2014

Advance directive completion by elderly Americans: a decade of change, MJ Silviera et al. Journal of the American Geriatric Society, Apr. 2014

Galectin-3 is independently associated with cardiovascular mortality in community-dwelling older adults without known cardiovascular disease: The Rancho Bernardo Study, LB Daniels et al. American Heart Journal, May 2014

A pilot study of partial unweighted treadmill training in mobility-impaired older adults, MJ Peterson et al. BioMed Research International, 2014. Epub Feb. 19, 2014

Congestive heart failure self-management among US Veterans: The role of personal and professional advocates, Patient Education and Counseling, June 2014.


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