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Innovation in aging
Grip strength is a measure of overall strength that predicts adverse outcomes in old age. Grip strength trajectories throughout adulthood and their predictors are not well understood. We modeled growth trajectories of grip strength from Fels participants aged 18-60. Data from 403 participants (55% female) aged 29.4+6.6 years with subsequent visits through age sixty were included. We modeled latent grip strength groups, with predictors including demographic, health, behavioral, and biomarkerdoi:10.1093/geroni/igx004.2469 fatcat:254bmvu3afdqtbtm4omm4i2yba