Women'S Healthy Ageing Cognitive Project
Grant number: 1032350 | Funding period: 2013 - 2015
The changes of Alzheimer’s disease occur a decade prior to symptoms. Therefore we need longitudinal prospective data over 20 years to determine the risk factors in mid-life which, if modified, can improve our memory in late life. This study utilises a unique Australian Resource, the Women’s Healthy Ageing Study which has accrued information since 1991 on women aged 45-55 at baseline who are now 65-75 years of age. This study will develop guidelines for a preventative program.
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Cohort profile: Women's Healthy Ageing Project (WHAP) - a longitudinal prospective study of Australian women since 1990.
Cassandra Szoeke, Melissa Coulson, Stephen Campbell, Lorraine Dennerstein, null WHAP Investigators
Background: The cohort was commenced to examine women's health from midlife (45-55 years) before the menopausal transition and int..