Hand Grip Strength: A Population-based Study of Norms and Age Trajectories for 18- to 85-Year-Olds

      Provide normative values and equations for grip strength obtained from a population-based sample of individuals 18 to 85 years of age, and investigate the relationships between the grip strength and variables of interests (e.g., gender, age, BMI, ethnicity, education, and measures under the NIH Toolbox motor domain).
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