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        Akbaraly T, Sabia S, Hagger-Johnson G, et al. Does Overall Diet in Midlife Predict Future Aging Phenotypes? A Cohort Study. Am J Med. 2013;126:411-419.
        In the abstract of this article, 2 percentages were transposed. The erroneous text reads: “…nonfatal cardiovascular event (7.3%), cardiovascular death (2.8%), noncardiovascular death (12.7%), and normal aging (73.2%).”
        The correct text is: “…nonfatal cardiovascular event (12.7%), cardiovascular death (2.8%), noncardiovascular death (7.3%), and normal aging (73.2%).”

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        • Does Overall Diet in Midlife Predict Future Aging Phenotypes? A Cohort Study
          The American Journal of MedicineVol. 126Issue 5
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            The impact of diet on specific age-related diseases has been studied extensively, but few investigations have adopted a more holistic approach to determine the association of diet with overall health at older ages. We examined whether diet, assessed in midlife, using dietary patterns and adherence to the Alternative Healthy Eating Index (AHEI), is associated with aging phenotypes, identified after a mean 16-year follow-up.
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