Association between #tea consumption and depressive symptom among Chinese older adults

Despite accumulating evidence on the protective effect of tea consumption against depression, studies specifically focusing on the elderly population are yet limited.. ..We found that consistent and frequent tea-drinking was associated with significantly less depressive symptoms, and such impact was partially mediated by socioeconomic status, health behavior, physical health, cognitive function, and social engagement. However, the association was only significant for males and the oldest-old, … Continue reading Association between #tea consumption and depressive symptom among Chinese older adults

Associations between Serum Levels of #Cholesterol and #survival to Age 90 in Postmenopausal Women

Although elevated lipid levels predict increased risk of coronary heart disease and death in middle‐aged women and men, evidence is mixed if lipid levels measured in later life predict survival to very old ages.. HDL and LDL levels were not associated with survival to age 90 after adjustment for cardiovascular risk factors.. Similarly, no associations were observed between HDL and LDL levels and survival to … Continue reading Associations between Serum Levels of #Cholesterol and #survival to Age 90 in Postmenopausal Women