Concerned About Loss Of Muscle Mass

Strength training and healthy nutrition could stem the tide.

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Q. I just turned 65, and I’m increasingly concerned about my loss of muscle mass. How can I turn the tide?

A. To prevent loss of muscle mass, start exercising, particularly

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