Health Practices and Incident Disability among the Elderly.

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      Abstract: This investigation examines the relationships between certain personal health practices and point-incident physical limitations over a five-year period among initially physically robust elders living in the communities. Slowed down physical activities for elderly women) and a history of cigarette smoking (for elderly men) achieved associations with subsequent physical limitations, no firm associations between current lifestyle practices and onset of disability could be demonstrated. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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