Are noise and air pollution related to the incidence of dementia? A cohort study in London, England

@inproceedings{Carey2018AreNA,
  title={Are noise and air pollution related to the incidence of dementia? A cohort study in London, England},
  author={Iain M. Carey and Herbert R. Anderson and Richard W. Atkinson and Sean D. Beevers and Derek G. Cook and David P. Strachan and David Dajnak and John Gulliver and F. J. Kelly},
  booktitle={BMJ open},
  year={2018}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate whether the incidence of dementia is related to residential levels of air and noise pollution in London. DESIGN Retrospective cohort study using primary care data. SETTING 75 Greater London practices. PARTICIPANTS 130 978 adults aged 50-79 years registered with their general practices on 1 January 2005, with no recorded history of dementia or care home residence. PRIMARY AND SECONDARY OUTCOME MEASURES A first recorded diagnosis of dementia and, where specified… CONTINUE READING

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