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Aging-related changes in fluid intelligence, muscle and adipose mass, and sex-specific immunologic mediation: a longitudinal UK Biobank study.

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Summary of "Aging-related changes in fluid intelligence, muscle and adipose mass, and sex-specific immunologic mediation: a longitudinal UK Biobank study."

Obesity in midlife and early late-life is associated with worse normal cognitive aging. Dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) suggests that visceral adipose mass (VAM) plays a predominant role, whereas non-visceral adipose mass (NVAM) and lean muscle mass (LMM) have shown conflicting relationships. It is unknown how longitudinal, cognitive changes in age-sensitive domains like fluid intelligence (FI) correspond to VAM, NVAM, and LMM in women and men. Furthermore, changes over time in blood leukocyte sub-populations may partially or fully account for sex-specific associations.

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Name: Brain, behavior, and immunity
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