The relationship between longitudinal declines in dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate concentrations and cognitive performance in older men.

@article{Moffat2000TheRB,
  title={The relationship between longitudinal declines in dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate concentrations and cognitive performance in older men.},
  author={Scott D. Moffat and Alan B. Zonderman and S. Mitchell Harman and Marc R. Blackman and Claudia H Kawas and Susan M. Resnick},
  journal={Archives of internal medicine},
  year={2000},
  volume={160 14},
  pages={2193-8}
}
BACKGROUND The observation that dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) concentrations decrease markedly with age has led to the hypothesis that declining DHEA concentrations may contribute to age-related changes in cognition. In the United States, DHEA is widely available as an over-the-counter supplement that individuals are using in an effort to ameliorate age-related cognitive and physical changes. OBJECTIVE To investigate the relationship between age-associated decreases in endogenous DHEA sulfate… CONTINUE READING
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