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Strength And Muscle Quality In A Well‐Functioning Cohort Of Older Adults: The Health, Aging And Body Composition Study
Anne B. Newman, Catherine L. Haggerty, B. Goodpaster, T. Harris, S. Kritchevsky, M. Nevitt, Toni P. Miles, M. Visser, The Health, Aging, and Body Composition Research G
Published 2003 · Medicine
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OBJECTIVES: To determine whether lower lean mass and higher fat mass have independent effects on the loss of strength and muscle quality in older adults and might explain part of the effect of age.
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