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Getting a grip on better health – Science Daily

Men with muscles like a young Arnold Schwarzenegger look powerful but a handshake will give away whether they’re a healthy specimen — or at risk of a chronic disease or premature ageing, experts say.Medical researchers in South Australia, led by respiratory and sleep expert Professor Robert Adams, assessed more than 600 men aged over 40 to 88 years in the Men, Androgen, Inflammation, Lifestyle, Environment, and Stress (MAILES) study to measure the link between sleep apnea and muscle mass with grip…

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