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Penalty for not marrying – Early Death

Bachelors – Footloose and Fiance free. But not free of disease?

Well, if you have decided to stay single and mingle (and tingle/dingle/all sorts of fun!) all through your life, you better think twice.

Never-married people are prone to health risk and heart diseases too!

WebMD reports several interesting findings:

The never-married people are:

  • 5 times more likely to die of infectious disease
  • Twice as likely to die in accidents, homicides, or suicides
  • 38% more likely to die of heart disease
  • For men, the never-married penalty is stronger early in life.

Researchers cite isolation/lack of friends/social network as one of the major reason for the poor-emotional health of bachelors.

Oh well, the choice is between a happy life vs. the longer one (with lots of strings attached!).
You decide!

“Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well-preserved body,
But rather to skid in sideways, Champagne in one hand, Strawberries in the other, screaming WOOOO HOOOOO – What a Ride!!!”

Related: Loneliness may drive up Blood Pressure | Get a Date-while on the road

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