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The geriatric guise is the latest instance of people trying to cut the line to get vaccinated from the deadly virus.

Loss of eggs and risks to pregnancy happen gradually over time, not all at once, but 35 is when doctors begin calling pregnancies “geriatric” to reflect increased risks.

From Time

Other members said they were reassured by the support of the recommendation from geriatric medicine specialists.

Other members said they were reassured by the support of the recommendation from specialists in geriatric medicine.

Barry Lowenthal, CEO of The Media Kitchen, backed that claim but emphasized that, in describing HuffPost’s audience as older, “I’m not talking geriatric.”

From Digiday

Thanks to the basic dynamics of American politics, the GOP—as white and geriatric as it is—sits well-positioned for success.

But they are right to haul—or wheel—a geriatric SS man present at a notorious, if largely forgotten, massacre into the courtroom.

Right after Girls, she booked an episode of the HBO series Getting On, playing a frail woman in a geriatric ward.

The previous geriatric SCAF that ousted Mubarak after huge protests in February 2011 made a mess of things too.

In spite of their image as bland, geriatric pols, the party elders gave the LDP a sense political heft.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to geriatric, such as: aged, ancient, decrepit, elderly, gray, and mature.

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