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Comparison of disability rates among older adults in aggregated and separate Asian American/Pacific Islander subpopulations

Association of fibrinogen with Parkinson disease in elderly Japanese-American men: a prospective study

Effect of walking distance on 8-year incident depressive symptoms in elderly men with and without chronic disease: the Honolulu-Asia Aging Study

Changes in cognition during the course of eight years in elderly Japanese Americans: a multistate transition model

Lowering midlife levels of systolic blood pressure as a public health strategy to reduce late-life dementia: perspective from the Honolulu Heart Program/Honolulu Asia Aging Study

Use of spoken and written Japanese did not protect Japanese-American men from cognitive decline in late life

P. K. Crane, Gruhl, J. C., Erosheva, E. A., Gibbons, L. E., McCurry, S. M., Rhoads, K., Nguyen, V., Arani, K., Masaki, K., and White, L., Use of spoken and written Japanese did not protect Japanese-American men from cognitive decline in late life, Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences & Social SciencesJournals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences & Social Sciences, vol. 65B, pp. 654-666, 2010.

Brain lesions at autopsy in older Japanese-American men as related to cognitive impairment and dementia in the final years of life: a summary report from the Honolulu-Asia aging study

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