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New research at Aston medical school in Birmingham has found that those with type-2 diabetes high blood pressure and high cholesterol are more likely to live longer if they are married than those who are single. Last year the same team found that those who are married are more likely to survive a heart attack. Conversely studies have also shown that a stressful marriage can increase the risk of a heart attack or a stroke and a study in 2009 by the University of Chicago found that those who are divorced or widowed are more likely to experience health issues.
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