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Daily Consumption of Oregon Hazelnuts Affects α-Tocopherol Status in Healthy Older Adults: A Pre-Post Intervention Study.

Inadequate vitamin E and magnesium intakes are of concern for older adults owing to the associated incidence of age-related diseases.


Sleep and cognitive function in chronic stroke: A comparative cross-sectional study.

Poor sleep is common following stroke, limits stroke recovery, and can contribute to further cognitive decline post-stroke. However, it is unclear what aspects of sleep are different in older adults with stroke compared to those without, and whether the relationship between sleep and cognitive function differs by stroke history. We investigated whether older adults with stroke experience poorer sleep quality than older adults without stroke, and whether poor sleep quality attenuates cognitive performance am...

Subjective Cognitive Decline Is Associated with Greater White Matter Hyperintensity Volume.

Research in older adults with subjective cognitive decline (SCD) has mainly focused on Alzheimer's disease (AD)-related MRI markers, such as hippocampal volume. However, small vessel disease (SVD) is currently established as serious comorbidity in dementia and its preliminary stages. It is therefore important to examine SVD markers in addition to AD markers in older adults presenting with SCD.


Daily Use of Bilateral Custom-Made Ankle-Foot Orthoses for Fall Prevention in Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

To examine the effects of bilateral custom-made ankle-foot orthoses (AFOs) to prevent falls for older adults with concern about or at risk for falling over 12-month daily use.

Patterns of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior for Older Adults with Alzheimer's Disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Cognitively Normal in Hong Kong.

Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a transitional phase between healthy cognition and dementia. Physical activity (PA) has protective effects on cognitive decline. However, few studies have examined how PA and sedentary behavior is structured throughout the day in older adults across varied cognitive status in Hong Kong.

The mutual association between dyspnea and depressive symptoms in older adults: a 4-year prospective study.

dyspnea in daily living (DDL), night-time dyspnea (NTD) and depression are common symptoms in older people. However, how changes in dyspnea may influence and be influenced by modifications in depressive symptoms, so far has not been fully evaluated. We aimed to estimate the extent to which both DDL and NTD could be mutually associated to depressive symptoms in older adults with chronic conditions.

Psychophysiological effects of Dance Movement Therapy and physical exercise on older adults with mild dementia: A randomized controlled trial.

Dementia interferes with older adults' functioning in cognitive, daily, psychosocial, and neuroendocrine domains. The present study examined the psychophysiological effects of dance movement therapy (DMT) and physical exercise for older adults with dementia.

Maintenance of skeletal muscle function following reduced daily physical activity in healthy older adults: a pilot trial.

Older adults can experience periods of inactivity related to disease or illness, which can hasten the development of physical disability, in part, through reductions in skeletal muscle strength and power. To date no study has characterized adaptations in skeletal muscle physical function in response to reduced daily physical activity.

Tau PET in autosomal dominant Alzheimer's disease: relationship with cognition, dementia and other biomarkers.

Tauopathy is a hallmark pathology of Alzheimer's disease with a strong relationship with cognitive impairment. As such, understanding tau may be a key to clinical interventions. In vivo tauopathy has been measured using cerebrospinal fluid assays, but these do not provide information about where pathology is in the brain. The introduction of PET ligands that bind to paired helical filaments provides the ability to measure the amount and distribution of tau pathology. The heritability of the age of dementia ...

Perception of Risk for Older Adults: Differences in Evaluations for Self versus Others and across Risk Domains.

Proxy decision-making may be flawed by inaccurate perceptions of risk. This may be particularly true when older adults are the targets of the decisions, given the pervasive negative stereotypes about older adults.

Objective physical activity and physical performance in middle-aged and older adults.

Older adults may have difficulty meeting the Physical Activity (PA) Guidelines. A favorable balance between PA and sedentary time (SED) is an important determinant of physical performance in older adults. Our objective was to explore associations of PA/SED with physical performance across mid-older age in adults without overt mobility disability.

Effects of free weights and machine training on muscular strength in high-functioning older adults.

Resistance training is assumed to be a key player in counteracting the age-related decline of functional capacity as well as the incidence of falls in older adults. Functional training using free weights is presumed to mimic daily activities, but there is a lack of studies comparing free weight training with barbells and machine training in older adults. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the development of muscle strength for high resistance training in high functioning older people for machines as ...

Type of memory and emotional valence in healthy aging, mild cognitive impairment, and Alzheimer's disease.

Autobiographical memory (AM) presents components related to the type of memory and may present an associated emotional valence. Comparing healthy older adults, adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI), and adults with Alzheimer´s disease (AD) gives contradictory results. We examined AM in these groups to analyze differences and provide information that would contribute to the understanding of AM and associated emotional deficits in patients.

How do impairments in cognitive functions affect activities of daily living functions in older adults?

The assessment of daily living activities could provide information about daily functions and participation restrictions to develop intervention strategies. The purposes of this study were to assess the scores of the Barthel Index (BI) and Lawton Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) scale in older adults with cognitive impairment and to explore the different effects that levels of cognitive functions have on changes in IADL functions. We recruited 31 participants with dementia, 36 with mild cognit...

What is known about the spirituality in older adults living in residential care facilities? An Integrative review.

To synthesize evidence regarding the spiritual needs and care of older adults living in residential care facilities from the perspectives of older adults and nurses or caregivers.

Perturbation-evoked lateral steps in older adults: Why take two steps when one will do?

Hip fractures in older adults often result from a fall in the lateral direction. While younger adults tend to recover balance from a lateral perturbation with a single lateral sidestep, older adults are prone to multistep responses which are associated with an increased fall risk. This study compared the stepping characteristics and stability of single and multistep responses to lateral perturbation in healthy older adults.

Smart Home Technology: A New Approach for Performance Measurements of Activities of Daily Living and Prediction of Mild Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults.

Functional assessment is of paramount importance when mild cognitive impairment is suspected, but common assessment tools such as questionnaires lack sensitivity. An alternative and innovative approach consists in using sensor technology in smart apartments during scenario-based assessments of instrumental activities of daily living (IADL). However, studies that investigate this approach are scarce and the technology used is not always transposable in healthcare settings.

Association between social networks and discussions regarding advance care planning among Japanese older adults.

Older adults' discussions with family, or with physicians, or with both, about advance care planning (ACP) are increasingly regarded as important for the management of end-of-life care, and yet the factors that induce older adults to engage in ACP discussions are poorly understood. For example, in older adults, is stronger connectedness with family and friends (stronger "networks") associated with ACP discussions? By facilitating, or by impeding ACP discussions? We sought to evaluate the associations betwee...

Longitudinal Associations of Falls and Depressive Symptoms in Older Adults.

Fall incidents and associated medical costs are increasing among older adults. This study examined longitudinal associations between older adults' falls status and depression at 2 time periods to further clarify bidirectional relationships.

Ankle power biofeedback attenuates the distal-to-proximal redistribution in older adults.

Compared to young adults, older adults walk slower, with shorter strides, and with a characteristic decrease in ankle power output. Seemingly in response, older adults rely more than young on hip power output, a phenomenon known as a distal-to-proximal redistribution. Nevertheless, older adults can increase ankle power to walk faster or uphill, revealing a translationally important gap in our understanding.

Longitudinal tau accumulation and atrophy in aging and Alzheimer's disease.

To determine the rate of tau accumulation in healthy older adults and patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD), as well as the relationship of tau accumulation to cortical atrophy.

Dental Care Among Adults Aged 65 and Over, 2017.

Dental care is often an overlooked aspect of overall health care among older adults. Regular dental care is recommended for all older adults, even those with full dentures (1). Because Medicare does not cover routine dental care, older adults may have trouble accessing appropriate dental care (2). This report describes the prevalence, overall and by selected characteristics, of dental insurance, dental visits, and unmet need for dental care due to cost among adults aged 65 and over.

Reciprocal Dynamics of Solo-Living and Health among Older Adults in Contemporary China.

Solo-living has far-reaching implications for older adults' well-being. The causal impacts and the pathways of solo-living on health and wellbeing of older adults are still unclear. This study examines the correlates of solo-living and subsequent health outcomes of solo-living among older adults in mainland China.

Declines in motor transfer following upper extremity task-specific training in older adults.

Age-related declines in function can limit older adults' independence with activities of daily living (ADLs). While task-specific training maybe a viable approach to improve function, limited clinical resources prevent extensive training on wide ranges of skills and contexts. Thus, training on one task for the benefit of another (i.e., transfer) is important in geriatric physical rehabilitation. The purpose of this study was to test whether motor transfer would occur between two functionally different upper...

Association Between Sun Protection Behaviors and Sunburn Among U.S. Older Adults.

Skin cancer incidence rates are highest among U.S. older adults. However, little is known about sun protection behaviors and sunburn among adults aged 65 years and older.


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