Moira Fordyce, Caring.com Expert


Moira Fordyce is a geriatrician, an adjunct clinical professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, a founding member of the California Geriatrics Society, a representative to the American Geriatrics Society Council of State Representatives, and a board member of the American Society on Aging.


Recently Published on Caring.com

What could be the cause of frequent falls for my father? — Jul 09, 2008
There are two kinds of falls in older adults: those that occur as a result of an accident, and those that signal there's some kind of underlying condition. The first kind i...
Can sleep pills cause confusion? — Sep 10, 2007
The sleeping pills could definitely be making her confusion worse. Any mind-altering drug, such as sedatives, antidepressants, or tranquilizers, as well as many over-the-co...
Could loud snoring indicate a medical problem? — Sep 10, 2007
Loud snoring can be a sign of a medical disorder or something more benign. It can be caused by any of the following: Swelling, inflammation, or collapsing of tissues in th...