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WebMD Men's Health Guide

This link will take you to WebMD's comprehensive guide to men's health.

WebMD Men's Health Guide

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Sarcopenia With Aging

From the time you are born to around the time you turn 30, your muscles grow larger and stronger. But at some point in your 30s, you begin to lose muscle mass and function, a condition known as age-related sarcopenia or sarcopenia with aging. People who are physically inactive can lose as much as 3% to 5% of their muscle mass per decade after age 30. Even if you are active, you will still experience some muscle loss. Although there is no generally accepted test or specific level of muscle mass for...

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WebMD Women's Health Guide

This link takes you to WebMD's Women's Health Guide.

WebMD Women's Health Guide

WebMD's Active Aging Support Group

People are talking about what aging means in the 21st century -- share your views on WebMD's Active Aging Support Group message board.

WebMD's Active Aging Support Group

Medicare and You

This link takes you to the U.S. government's Medicare web site.

Related Web Site: Medicare

WebMD's Caregiving Message Board

Are you a caregiver? You're welcome to participate in WebMD's caregiving message board.

WebMD's Caregiving Message Board

National Institute on Aging

The National Institute on Aging (NIA) is part of the National Institutes of Health. This link takes you to NIA's web site.

Related Web Site: National Institute on Aging

AARP

Formerly called the American Association of Retired People, AARP is for people age 50 and older. This link takes you to its web site.

Related Web Site: AARP

WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by David T. Derrer, MD on December 06, 2013
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