What YOUR handshake may say about you: Strength of grip 'could reveal how likely you are to reach a good age'

It is often seen as a sign of confidence but a firm handshake could signal a long and healthy life.
A growing number of doctors and scientists believe the strength of a person’s grip could be one of the most useful ways to gauge how well they are ageing.
Studies show men and women blessed with a strong grip tend to outlive those whose handshakes brush rather than crush.
One British analysis found those with the weakest handshakes were 70 per cent more likely to die at any given time than those with the strongest handshakes.
The finding held even when factors such as age and gender were... read more

5 October 2016 in Health, Views: 31
Source: Daily Mail

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