Gait speed and cognitive decline over 2 years in the Ibadan study of aging
Background: The evidence suggesting that gait speed may represent a sensitive marker for cognitive decline in the elderly requires support from diverse racial groups. Objective: We investigated the relationship between gait speed and cognitive decline over 2 years in a community dwelling sample of elderly Africans. Methods: Data are from the Ibadan study of aging (ISA) conducted among a household multi-stage probability sample of 2149 Yoruba Nigerians aged 65 years or older. Gait speed was...[Show more]
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