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Japanese Journal of Health and Human Ecology
The aim of this study was to clarify the percentages of elderly people living in a rural community of Japan who were able to and those who were not able to maintain active independence in instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) over a period of 8 years and the lifestyle factors that influence the maintenance of active independence. The subjects were 410 elderly people (aged 65 years or over) living in Nangai, Akita Prefecture who were independent in all IADL in the baseline surveydoi:10.3861/jshhe.67.68 fatcat:obfjht75snebboupdeix64m4ru