An Institute for Aging Research study shows that fall prevention programs should not be “one size fits all”

Monday, September 13th, 2010

Study author Marian T. Hannan, D.Sc. noted that “people at high risk for indoor falls are different in many ways from those at high risk of outdoor falls. Failure to separate the two can mask important information on risk factors and may hamper the effectiveness of falls prevention programs.” Please click below to view the Institute’s press release on ScienceDaily.



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