Grip Strength

Grip Strength in Children May Indicate Future of Good Health

Adolescents with a firm hand grip are at increased odds to be healthy overtime, a study published in The Journal of Pediatrics found. The two-year study is the first of its kind in that it followed participants’ health...


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