How does sarcopenia develop in older patients and how is it best managed? This new article discusses the etiology of disease and treatment options.
Sarcopenia is now clinically defined as a loss of muscle mass coupled with functional deterioration (either walking speed or distance or grip strength).…
Anti-myostatin antibody increases muscle mass and strength and improves insulin sensitivity in old mice
Sarcopenia, or aging-associated muscle atrophy, increases the risk of falls and fractures and is associated with metabolic disease. Because skeletal muscle is a…