Monday, 22 August 2011

Living alone enjoyable but can be serious

Living single can be enjoyable for several but vital alone existence could have serious health implications. Single women were at risk of dying seven to 15 years earlier than their married complements. Single men fared even poorer, with their married peers living eight to 17 years longer.
Single men were at a 32 per cent increased risk of dying over a lifetime when compared with married men, and single women were at a 23 per cent higher risk than married women.
Married couples are apt to have a stronger support complex around them. If you're a couple, a wife may be after you to eat better and go the doctor; every so often it's just easier to be healthier and less of a risk taker when you're married. It was stand on chance, not belief.


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