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Cognitive decline has emerged as a significant threat to both public health and personal welfare, and mild cognitive decline/impairment (MCI) can further develop into Dementia/Alzheimer's disease. While treatment of Dementia/Alzheimer's disease can be expensive and ineffective sometimes, the prevention of MCI by identifying modifiable risk factors is a complementary and effective strategy. In this study, based on the data collected by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through thedoi:10.1186/s12859-019-3057-1 pmid:31874606 pmcid:PMC6929464 fatcat:izl4ravp4bbpjkwyogomwjis2u