Nearly one-third of older adults fall at least once a year as a consequence of loss of muscle mass, and approximately 5% of those falls result in fractures. Although we think loss of muscle mass as a consequence of aging, the loss begins with people in their forties. Watch this video now and learn about Sarcopenia, the age-related loss of muscle mass and what you can do to prevent it. Click the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website.
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