Marriage may reduce dementia risk, researchers say

U.K. scientists looked at data from more than 812,000 people around the world.
0:18 | 11/28/17

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The new health headline tonight about the benefits of marriage a new study suggesting being married or having a partner could help ward off dementia. Researchers a single people who never marry have a forty for 2% greater risk of developing dementia. The report finds married couples generally have healthier lifestyles and more social interaction. Which could play role.

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