Jan 29, 2014 6:36 AM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
New research suggests marriage can benefit a man's bone health.
A study out of UCLA found men who married for the first time when they were 25 and older had stronger bones than men married at a younger age.
Bone health was also better among men in stable relationships compared to those who had been through a divorce.
There was no such link for women.
Researchers aren't sure why men who marry earlier have poorer bone health, but they think it could be linked to stress from providing for a family so soon.
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