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Study finds Unmarried Or Single Persons Stand The Risk Of Dying Early

New research has found that people who are unmarried have a considerably higher risk of dying early, even though they tend to exercise regularly//, and may not be overweight especially later on in their life.

The study conducted by the scientists, Robert Kaplan and Richard Kronick, of the University of California, had involved the census and death certification data of around 67, 000 adults in the US. The study had shown that there was a higher ratio of death among the single, while a successful, surviving marriage had showed a longer life. The researchers had suggested that marriage could act as a vague substitute for social connectedness, while a life without it is more strongly associated with isolation.

The researchers writing in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health explained that their data had covered a range of age groups, from 19 to 24-year-olds to pensioners, during the years from 1989 to 1997. The study had showed that at the start almost 50% were married and just fewer than 10% were widowed. They further stated that 12% were divorced and 3% were separated and of the remaining 5% of them were living together, and 1 in 5 had never married. The researchers explained that they also took into account age, health and several other factors that were likely to influence the findings.

Scientists stated that they found that those people who had been widowed were almost 40% more likely to die over the eight-year period, and those who had been divorced or separated were 27% more likely. They also noted that those who had never been married were 58% more likely to have died during the period as compared to those people who were married and living with their spouses. They also found that the penalty for not marrying was more for those in very good or excellent health, and least for those in poor health, and the study also found that it was greater among men than women.

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