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Differences in association of leisure time activities and cognition in a racially/ethnically diverse cohort of older adults: Findings from the KHANDLE study

Leisure time activity is associated with better cognitive function but has not been well studied in racially/ethnically diverse cohorts, who may have different access to activities. Frequency of participation in 10 leisure time activities (eg, reading, attending cultural events) and…

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Consumer-directed Health Plans With Health Savings Accounts: Whose Skin is in the Game and How do Costs Affect Care Seeking?

BACKGROUND: Employers are increasingly offering high-deductible health insurance plans with associated health savings accounts (HSAs), but there is limited information on account contributions or effects on patient care seeking. OBJECTIVE: We examined HSA contributions and their source, patient-reported effects of…

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