Strong Handshake = Long Life

Firm grip seems to correlate with longevity
By Alp Arslan,  Newser User
Posted Sep 10, 2010 4:44 PM CDT Posted Sep 10, 2010 4:44 PM CDT
Promoted on Newser Sep 10, 2010 5:35 PM CDT

(User Submitted) – Some researchers with perhaps a bit too much time on their, er, hands have correlated the strength of a person's handshake to longevity. In a study of 53,500 people under age 60, researchers found that those individuals with the weakest handshakes had a death rate 1.67 times higher than those with the strongest. And fast walkers...you're in luck, too. The slowest walkers have a death rate 2.87 times higher than the fastest walkers. Read the full article in the Guardian.
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