The LIFE Cognition Study: design and baseline characteristics

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Sink, Kaycee ; Williamson,Jeff ; Espeland,Mark ; Rushing,Julia ; Castro,Cynthia ; Church,Timothy ; Cohen,Ronald ; Gill,Thomas ; Henkin,Leora ; Jennings,Janine ; Kerwin,Diana ; Manini,Todd ; Pahor,Marco ; Ried,Kieran ; Woolard,Nancy ; Rapp,Stephen ; Myers,Valerie (2014)
  • Publisher: Dove Press
  • Journal: Clinical Interventions in Aging, volume 9, pages 1,425-1,436 (issn: 1178-1998, eissn: 1178-1998)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.2147/CIA.S65381, pmc: PMC4154884
  • Subject: older adults | exercise | dementia | Original Research | Clinical Interventions in Aging | physical activity

Kaycee M Sink,1 Mark A Espeland,2 Julia Rushing,2 Cynthia M Castro,3 Timothy S Church,4 Ronald Cohen,5 Thomas M Gill,6 Leora Henkin,2 Janine M Jennings,7 Diana R Kerwin,8 Todd M Manini,5 Valerie Myers,9 Marco Pahor,5 Kieran F Reid,10 Nancy Woolard,1 Stephen R Rapp,11 Je... View more
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