For decades, there has been a growing body of evidence linking marriage with better health.
Some studies according to Healthline showed that those who tie the knot live longer, have less chance of becoming depressed, and have fewer strokes and heart attacks.
But a recent study published in Social Science Quarterly suggests marriage might not have all the health benefits we previously thought.
“The study found that the link between being married and being healthier has gotten weaker for younger generations, to the point where it may no longer exist once we account for the fact that healthier people are more likely to get married in the first place,” Dmitry Tumin, PhD, author of the study and a sociologist at The Ohio State University told Healthline.
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