Cache County Study

Cache County Study

A prospective study of dementia in older adults, which was reduced in women who had received hormone replacement; the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease was lower in hypertensive patients receiving potassium-sparing diuretics.
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Some research, such as the 2002 Cache County Study of more than 3,000 people, is very positive and suggests that aspirin and other anti-inflammatory medications could reduce the risk by 23%.
based her study on data from the Cache County Study of Memory, Health, and Aging.
In essence, no epidemiologic study other than the Cache County study provides a sufficient test of the concept that estrogen initiated at the time of menopause guards against the inexorable cognitive decline of aging.
The Cache County study is the only epidemiologic study that sufficiently tests the hypothesis that early estrogen slows the rate of cognitive decline.
In the Cache County Study on Memory in Aging, for example, about 20% of AD patients had suffered with depression in the past month (Am.
The research, published in the journal Archives of Neurology, was based on the findings of a large, continuing research project known as the Cache County Study.
described findings from 2,741 men and women participating in the Cache County Study on Memory, Health, and Aging, a prospective study of residents of Cache Count, Utah, who were 65 years old or older when the study began in 1995.
of Utah State University, Logan, examined compliance with the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) eating plan and dementia rates among participants in the Cache County Study on Memory, Health, and Aging.
To assess whether protection against AD might be specific to individual classes of antihypertensive drugs, the investigators analyzed data from the Cache County study, an ongoing investigation of dementias in the elderly population of Cache County, Utah (Arch.