Married men have stronger wood

By Drum Digital
11 February 2014

Married men have stronger bones.

Marriage is good for the health of men's bones — but only if they marry when they're 25 or older, new UCLA research suggests.

In a study published online in the peer-reviewed journal Osteoporosis International, researchers found evidence that men who married when they were younger than 25 had lower bone strength than men who married for the first time at a later age.

In addition, men in stable marriages or marriage-like relationships who had never previously divorced or separated had greater bone strength than men whose previous marriages had fractured, the researchers said.

And those in stable relationships also had stronger bones than men who never married.

-UCLA News

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