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Eating Alone Yet Living With Others Is Associated With Mortality in Older Men: The JAGES Cohort Survey
The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
Objectives: Eating by oneself may be a risk factor for poor nutritional and mental statuses among older adults. However, their longitudinal association with mortality in relation to coresidential status is unknown. Method: We conducted a 3-year follow-up of participants in the Japan Gerontological Evaluation Study, a populationbased cohort of 65 years or older Japanese adults. We analyzed mortality for 33,083 men and 38,698 women from 2010 to 2013 and used. Cox regression models were used todoi:10.1093/geronb/gbw211 pmid:28093448 fatcat:6p6xdm5b3bbbfnuqrqw7a6kgsa