Research published online in the peer-reviewed journal Osteoporosis International finds evidence that men who married when they were younger than age 25 had lower bone strength than men who married for the first time at a later age. In addition, men in  relationships such as marriage or marriage-like relationships that were stable —that is, those who have never previously divorced or separated—had greater bone strength than men whose previous marriages had fractured.

Lisa is joined by Dr. Carolyn Crandall, a professor of medicine in the division of general internal medicine and health services research at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA to talk about the study 

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