Serum high-density lipoprotein is associated with better cognitive function in a cross-sectional study of aging women.

@article{Bates2017SerumHL,
  title={Serum high-density lipoprotein is associated with better cognitive function in a cross-sectional study of aging women.},
  author={Kristyn Alissa Bates and Hamid R. Sohrabi and Stephanie Ruth Rainey-Smith and Michael Weinborn and Romola S. Bucks and Mark A Rodrigues and John Beilby and Matthew Caleb Howard and Kevin Taddei and Georgia Martins and Athena Paton and Tejal M. Shah and Satvinder S Dhaliwal and Jonathan K. Foster and Ian James Martins and Nicola T. Lautenschlager and F. Mastaglia and Samuel E. Gandy and Ralph N. Martins},
  journal={The International journal of neuroscience},
  year={2017},
  volume={127 3},
  pages={
          243-252
        }
}
Purpose/Aim of the study: Poor cardiovascular health, including obesity and altered lipid profiles at mid-life, are linked to increased risk of Alzheimer's disease (AD). The biological mechanisms linking cardiovascular health and cognitive function are unclear though are likely to be multifactorial. This study examined the association between various lipoproteins and cognitive functioning in ageing women. MATERIALS AND METHODS We investigated the relationship between readily available… CONTINUE READING
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