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The contribution of chronic diseases to the prevalence of dependence among older people in Latin America, China and India: a 10/66 Dementia Research Group population-based survey
(BMC Geriatrics, 2010-08-06)
The number of older people is set to increase dramatically worldwide. Demographic changes are likely to result in the rise of age-related chronic diseases which largely contribute to years lived with a disability and ...
Equity in the delivery of community healthcare to older people: Findings from 10/66 Dementia research group cross-sectional surveys in Latin America, China, India and Nigeria.
(BMC Health Services Research, 2011)
To describe patterns of recent health service utilisation, and consequent out-of-pocket expenses among older people in countries with low and middle incomes, and to assess the equity with which services are accessed and ...
Dietary fish and meat intake and dementia in Latin America, China, and India: A 10/66 Dementia Research Group
(American Journal o f Clinical Nutrition, 2009)
Evidence of an association between fish and meat consumption and risk of dementia is inconsistent and nonexistent in populations in developing countries. Objective: The objective was to investigate associations between ...
No association between fish intake and depression in over 15,000 older adults from seven low and middle income countries-the 10/66 study.
(PloS ONE, 2012)
Evidence on the association between fish consumption and depression is inconsistent and virtually nonexistent from low- and middle-income countries. Using a standard protocol, we aim to assess the association of fish ...
A comparative cross-cultural study of the prevalence of late life depression in low and middle income countries.
(Journal of Affective Disorders, 2016)
Current estimates of the prevalence of depression in later life mostly arise from studies carried out in Europe, North America and Asia. In this study we aimed to measure the prevalence of depression using a standardised ...
Prevalence of dementia in Latin America, India, and China: a population-based cross-sectional survey.
(The Lancet, 2008)
Studies have suggested that the prevalence of dementia is lower in developing than in developed regions. We investigated the prevalence and severity of dementia in sites in low-income and middle-income countries according ...