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A new study from the Journal of Hand Therapy found that millennial men may have significantly weaker hands and arms than men the same age did 30 years ago.

Researchers measured the grip strength and pinch strength of 237 students aged 20 to 34 at universities in North Carolina.

Among males, the drop-off in strength compared to a study done 30 years ago was striking.

"Strength scores were statistically lower that older normative data in all millennial grip strengths, with the exception of the women in the age group of 30-34 years," researchers wrote.

Watch the co-hosts of "The Five" react to the study above.

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