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Handgrip Strength And Cause‐Specific And Total Mortality In Older Disabled Women: Exploring The Mechanism
T. Rantanen, S. Volpato, MD Luigi Ferrucci, MD Eino Heikkinen, Linda P. Fried, Jack M. Guralnik
Published 2003 · Medicine
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OBJECTIVES: To examine the association between muscle strength and total and cause‐specific mortality and the plausible contributing factors to this association, such as presence of diseases commonly underlying mortality, inflammation, nutritional deficiency, physical inactivity, smoking, and depression.
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