Being single could help you live longer

New York Post

Socializing and feeling like you are part of the community is important for maintaining your mental health.

Single people have a lower body mass index (BMI.)

That’s according to a study published in the Journal of Family issued in 2015.

Experts found that single adults, no matter their sexual orientation, have a lower body weight.

On the other hand, those who live with a partner tend to have a higher BMI.

The Western Washington University study looked at 20 years data of more than 3,000 participants.

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