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Should Scores on Mild Cognitive Impairment Tests be Adjusted for Sex?

Study Finds More Women, Fewer Men Diagnosed when Sex-specific Scoring Used  Using sex-specific scores on memory tests may change who gets diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) by 20 percent, with possibly more women and...

Walking Speed at Early Ages Tied to Cognitive Health

Gait speed at age 45 was a marker of cognitive and physical aging, a longitudinal cohort study showed. Slow gait at age 45 was tied to accelerated biological aging across multiple organ systems and...

Young Adults’ Income Slump May Hike Risk of Middle-Aged Cognitive Issues

A new study suggests that experiencing an annual income drop of 25 percent or more during young adulthood may increase the risk of developing thinking problems and reduced brain health in middle age....

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