“John, you have been complaining about this neck pain for months,” Phillip noted. “I think it's about time you went to see your doctor, this might be more than just pain,” he added. Neck pain is one of the most common symptoms people experience. At work, at school, or while we play, we turn the neck from side to side, up and down, all day, every day, and so it is not rare
Older men (above the age of 65) are generally at higher risk of developing diabetes. Skeletal muscle is one of the most important tissues in how the body regulates blood sugar, so age-related loss in this tissue may affect how well the body controls sugar.
The study involved 871 men and 984 women with diabetes. According to the authors, medical professionals may be able to predict- and, in turn, lower – men’s risk of developing diabetes in the future by assessing their skeletal muscle mass. Meanwhile, men should work to preserve their muscle mass with aging.