It’s good for his bones: Well, at least for men. A brand new, and rather surprising, study from UCLA researchers reports that men who marry later in life (beyond the age of 25) have greater bone strength than unmarried men, or those who got married younger.


It may prevent a stroke: Israeli researchers found that not only are married men happier (duh!), but they have a much lower risk for having a stroke. However, for men who are unhappily married, the risk for a stroke event jumps.

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