Poor diet quality tied to frailty in older adults, cautions study

Researchers followed 2,154 older U.S. adults for four years. At the start, participants were between the ages of 70 and 81. They were either ‘robust,’ because they didn’t appear to have any cognitive problems or issues with physical frailty, or ‘pre-frail,’ because they only had one or two symptoms of frailty. Overall, 277 participants became […]

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