Baltimore, Maryland, married man who seems to feel more benefits overall health. In fact, those with married status easier to get a donor for a kidney transplant.
To determine whether the marriage related to the possibility of receiving a new kidney, a study to learn the information collected in a database of U.S. national kidney failure, focusing on the 3650 people including about marital status.
Researchers say people suffering from kidney failure with the status of married or divorced 50 percent more placed in the kidney donor waiting list, compared with people who are single status.
The person with the status of marriage is also 28 percent more likely to receive donor organs, relative to those with single status on the waiting list.
Dr Taylor said that social networks play an important role here. Even people who are divorced may also still close with ex-partner or spouse when your friends are still married.
“Obviously we do not advise people to get married if you need a kidney transplant. However, an unmarried person can try to make and receive referrals quickly, so get psychosocial support and education about good health,” explained Dr Muhammad Khattak from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School.
This is not the first study to show that the marriage have an impact on better health.Historically, studies have found that married people tend to be healthier than people who are single status.
Several studies have shown that people who have a partner tend to live longer, less depressed and less suffering from heart disease.
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