Washington: Elderly people who have higher levels of testosterone are less likely to suffer from muscle loss and could lead a much healthier life than those with low levels of the male sex hormone, a new study has found. The four-year study that involved 1,183 men aged over 65 found that those who had higher testosterone levels lost less of their lean muscle mass, especially in their arms and legs, than men who had lower testosterone levels.
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