Low selenium in elderly linked to muscle weakness

08/23/2007 | Reuters

Results from a new study suggest that low selenium levels may contribute to the weakening of muscles, especially around the hips, knees and hands, that occurs as people age. The study found that participants with the lowest selenium levels were twice as likely to have decreased muscle strength than those with the highest selenium levels.

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