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Aim: To examine if the body mass index (BMI) in midlife is related to cognitive function 30 years later in a dementiafree sample. Methods: BMI was reported in 1963 at age 50-60 years, and cognitive abilities were examined 30 years later in a longitudinal design with 5 measurement occasions at 2-year intervals (n = 417). The cognitive abilities examined included tests of long-term memory, short-term memory, speed, verbal and spatial ability. Results: Multilevel modeling adjusting for demographicdoi:10.1159/000314874 pmid:20606436 pmcid:PMC3202952 fatcat:3q4y6xf4qjh33krvxvrl2kzqqa