A new study suggests that as people get older, they put on weight in an unexpected place: their pelvic bones. Scientists found that these bones widen with time in both men and women, resulting in extra inches on their frames even if they don't put on fat. Says study author Dr. Laurence Dahners, "We found older people really are wider, almost 8 to 9 percent wider."
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