Seniors with age-related skeletal muscle loss improved their sleep and inflammatory status during a 12-week course of resistance exercise training.
Lower grip strength is linked to signs of biological aging. Like smoking, it is a powerful predictor of disease and mortality, investigators say.
A new study has directly linked handgrip strength to remaining life expectancy, and set new thresholds for detecting increased mortality risk early on, researchers say.
A conservative mix of treatments for base-of-the-thumb osteoarthritis is more successful than standard therapies alone, investigators say.
Study shows toxic tau protein spreads in brain of older Alzheimer’s patients … Uneven handgrip strength plus weakness may predict rapid cognitive decline … Eli Lilly begins first human tests of a...
Adults with signs of pre-frailty can address health factors to help avoid progression to frailty and lower their mortality risk, say researchers.
Investigators have pinpointed levels of handgrip strength that correlate with type 2 diabetes in at-risk but otherwise healthy patients.
Reduced handgrip strength is associated with greater odds of cognitive impairment in adults over age 50, according to new research.
Evaluating the handgrip strength of very old seniors could be an effective way to evaluate risk for death, according to a recently published study.
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