Risk factors of transition from normal cognition to mild cognitive disorder: The PATH trough Life study.
Aims: The aim of this study was to identify physical and mental health and lifestyle predictors of transition from normal cognition to mild cognitive disorder (MCD). Methods: A total of 2,082 individuals, aged 60-64 years, were assessed at 2 time-points 4 years apart for mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and other MCDs. Results: The main predictors of conversion to MCI and to other mild cognitive disorders were past alcohol intake, current anxiety and depression medication, increased systolic...[Show more]
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