Unmarried men living with a partner no more likely to seek health care
(dailyRx News) Married men are more likely to see their doctors than unmarried men, based on past research. But is the same true for unmarried men living with their partners?
Apparently not, according to a recent study comparing married and unmarried men.
In fact, men who were not married but were living with a partner were less likely to have a health care visit in the past year than married men or even unmarried men not living with a partner.
The reasons for these findings were not discussed in the report, but it appears that unmarried partners of men may have less influence than a spouse might.
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