Does persistent pain impact older adults’ physical function, cognition, and well-being?

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In a study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society of 5,589 US adults aged 65 years and older, persistent pain was common and was linked to meaningful declines in physical function and well-being over 7 years.

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