Main Outcome Measures
List of Abbreviations:ADLs (activities of daily living), CHS (Cardiovascular Health Study), IADLs (instrumental activities of daily living), ICC (intraclass correlation coefficient)
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Supported by the National Institutes of Health Public Health Service (grant no. TG32 AG00181) and the National Institutes of Health contracts (grant no. N01-HC-75150, N01-HC-45133, N01-HC-85079 through 85085, and HL 87079 through 87086); and the University of Pittsburgh Older American's Independence Center (grant no. P30 AG024827); the National Institutes of Health Public Health Service (grant no. TG32 AG00181); a National Institutes on Aging and American Federation of Aging Research Paul Beeson Career Development Award (grant no. K23 AG026766). The sponsor had no direct role in the design, methods, subject recruitment, data collection, analysis, or preparation of the manuscript.
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