Trouble swallowing, called dysphagia, is related to over 30 conditions and affects up to 22% of adults over the age of 50. This article from University Health News Daily outlines the many ailments that are related to dysphagia, the process of medically diagnosing it, and the options for treating it. Patients with dysphagia often need to eat differently and make adaptations with their oral dosage forms of medication.
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