Body Weight Decline in Cognitively Intact Older Adults May Predict Future Cognitive Impairment
Among cognitively intact individuals, those who develop mild cognitive impairment (MCI) had faster body mass index (BMI) decline and significantly lower BMI seven years before MCI diagnosis. However, after MCI diagnosis, there was no difference in BMI decline between patients who developed dementia and those who did not.
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