Handgrip is one of the best ways to gauge muscle strength and can help doctors determine the impact of osteoporosis. A Korean study of postmenopausal women found a correlation between low bone mass density and handgrip strength. Specifically, doctors associate low grip strength in the dominant hand with reduced spine, neck, and hip bone mass densities.
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