Single life is healthy too

Modern people are constantly reducing the age of marriage.

Preliminary changes in this change have led researchers to focus on the health gap between married and bachelors.

Lead author of the study, sociologist Liu Hui said: Even married people are generally healthier than single people, but the gap is narrowing, especially for men.

  After reviewing data on more than one million Americans between the ages of 25 and 80 over the past 32 years, researchers have found that more and more men, although never married, are in good health.

The health data of married men has not changed.

However, this phenomenon is not apparent in women.

As both single and married women consider themselves healthier than before, the health gap between them has not changed.

  Although politicians are still revolutionizing the value of marriage to Americans, researchers say promoting health by encouraging marriage can be misleading.