Data from: Low fasting serum insulin and dementia in nondiabetic women followed for 34 years

Kirsten Mehlig, Leif Lapidus, Dag Steinar Thelle, Margda Waern, Henrik Zetterberg, Cecilia Björkelund, Ingmar Skoog & Lauren Lissner
Objective: A previous study reported a U-shaped association between fasting insulin and dementia in a 5-year follow-up of a male cohort, which was now re-investigated in a representative population of women followed over 34 years, and taking into account the incidence of diabetes. Methods: Fasting values for insulin and glucose were obtained from serum samples in 1212 non-diabetic women aged 38-60 at the 1968 baseline. Risk of dementia was assessed by Cox proportional hazard regression...
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