Diabetes, Brain Infarcts, Cognition and Small Vessels in the Canadian Alliance for Healthy Hearts and Minds Study
Mar 22, 2021
Ontario Health Study participants are part of the nation-wide CanPath study (formerly the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project). A subset of OHS participants were invited to also take part in the Canadian Alliance for Healthy Hearts and Minds (CAHHM) study, which explores the early causes cardiac and vascular disease in adults. CAHHM researchers looked at brain and carotid artery MRIs and two cognitive tests from 7,733 men and women, and found that small vessel disease characterizes much of the relationship between diabetes and vascular brain injury.
Physical Activity is Associated with Reduced Prevalence of Self-Reported Obstructive Sleep Apnea in a Large, General Population Cohort Study
Aug 6, 2020
Former Principal Investigator of the Ontario Health Study, Dr. Lyle Palmer, co-authored this paper on the positive impact of physical activity on sleep apnea. Read the abstract (A subscription is required to access the full paper.)
Harmonization of the Health and Risk Factor Questionnaire data of the Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project: a descriptive analysis
Apr 23, 2019