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We are all inundated by news on the novel coronavirus pandemic. I imagine that the last thing you need is another post telling you how you should be reacting to this crisis.

There are certain serious health conditions that we often associate with older adults. Heart disease and cancer are a few that top the list. But one that may not seem as obvious has the potential to be just as life-threatening as others in the category. Defined as a respiratory lung infection caused by viruses, bacteria, or fungi, pneumonia hospitalizes approximately one million Americans each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Many are 65 years of age and older. But what is it, physiologically, that makes seniors more susceptible to pneumonia than other age groups?