I can't believe nobody read the article I posted, OR found the hilarious link to Mayo in it!
I'll post it for you all.....
[i]The gradual decline in the body's DHEA levels correlate with loss of muscle mass, decreased bone density, and a decline in immune function. A study by Mayo Clinic researchers, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, looked at the effect of DHEA supplements on markers of aging, such as muscle mass, muscle strength, fat mass, peak endurance and glucose tolerance in older men and women. /I]