I have news for Stanley Kurtz: The Case for Marriage was second rate and not worth publishing.
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I am disappointed with the recent Times article that claims that married people tend to be healthier than single people. Here's why the piece is misleading.
A new day has dawned, and with it another study of marriage misrepresented in the media: as always, implying that getting married results in better outcomes than it actually does.
Even allowing for the approach that makes marriage look better than it really is, the differences in health between the currently-married and the always-single are tiny.
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