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Get A Grip: Loss Of Hand Grip Strength Linked To Cognitive Decline

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Get A Grip: Loss Of Hand Grip Strength Linked To Cognitive Decline

Get A Grip: Loss Of Hand Grip Strength Linked To Cognitive Decline

New research reveals older people with a weak hand grip could signal diminished cognitive and memory.

Loss of handgrip by 11 pounds put people at a 10% risk of cognitive impairment and an 18% risk of severe cognitive impairment.

According to UPI, the findings indicate reduced grip strength is linked to neural degeneration.

Staying physically active affects your overall health and your cognitive health.

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