Oral health conditions and cognitive functioning in middle and later adulthood

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Listl, Stefan;
(2014)

Background The purpose of the present study was to examine the impact of oral health conditions on cognitive functioning on basis of data samples from several European countries. Methods Secondary analyses were conducted of data from wave 2 of the Survey of Health, Agei... View more
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