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Living alone is a deterrent to good health

Many households in the United Kingdom have lone inhabitants, which means there is a prevailing trend of many people living in seclusion. This is surely// an unhealthy trend, say Danish researchers, whose study has revealed that living alone almost doubles the risk of heart disease.

The living alone and ill health link was discovered after a study of 138,000 adults in the 30-69 age bracket. Their lives were studied in detail along with their health charts, and assessments were made considering other risk factors to health - low income, poor qualifications and disappointments in professional life. The findings revealed that the heart disease risk almost doubled with two major parameters, age and living by oneself without a companion. The study also showed that between 2000 and 2002, nearly 646 people portrayed these conditions.


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