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  • Dynamics of Frailty and Cognition After Age 50: Why It Matters that Cognitive Decline is Mostly Seen in Old Age 

    Godin, J., Armstrong, J. J., Rockwood, K., & Andrew, M. K. (2017). Dynamics of frailty and cognition after age 50: Why it matters that cognitive decline is mostly seen in old age. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 58(1), 231–242.
    Background: Frailty has been considered an antecedent and, to a lesser extent, an outcome of cognitive impairment. Both frailty and cognitive impairment are multiply determined and each is strongly related to age, making ...