Gender differences in cognitive performance and health status in the Faroese Septuagenarians cohort
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CitationPetersen, Maria Skaalum, Fróði Debes, Philippe Grandjean, and Pál Weihe. 2018. "Gender Differences in Cognitive Performance and Health Status in the Faroese Septuagenarians Cohort." European Journal of Public Health 29 (1): 79–81.
AbstractThe aim was to determine cognitive performance and health status in the Faroese Septuagenarians cohort in relation to gender differences. In this cross-sectional study of 713 Faroese septuagenarians who underwent a clinical, neurophysiological and neuropsychological examinations and questionnaire, women performed better on tests covering the memory domain, while there was no gender difference in other cognitive domains. Men suffered more frequently from cardiovascular events while women more frequently suffered from arthrosis, hypothyroidism and muscle pain. We observed a considerable heterogeneity and gender difference in some cognitive domains and health in Faroese septuagenarians.
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