Cognitive Impairment in Australia and Latin American and Caribbean Countries: Life Expectancy, Diet and Physical Activity, and the Potential for Prevention
The prevalence of moderate or severe cognitive impairment (CIm) rises steeply with age. It is well documented that our populations (both in developed and low- and middle-income countries) are ageing and that lifestyle factors may hold the key to preserving mental and functional status. This thesis adopts a cross-national approach between Australia and seven Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries and focuses on two modifiable lifestyle factors – diet and...[Show more]
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