Socioeconomic inequality is a determinant of probable sarcopenia in community-dwelling older adults

      Rationale: Low socioeconomic position (SEP), in ageing is associated with both reduced life expectancy and time spent in good health. Less is known, however, about the impact of SEP on the muscle disease sarcopenia. We aimed to estimate the prevalence of probable sarcopenia, and to investigate SEP as a determinant of sarcopenia in community dwelling older adults.
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