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Single Fathers Are At Higher Risk For Health Concerns

"The Day Ahead" takes a look at the growing number of single fathers in the U.S. and the effect being a single parent has on their long-term health.
Posted at 9:49 AM, Jun 18, 2018

The number of single fathers has been on the rise in the U.S. and throughout the world due to an increase in divorce, separations and more couples having kids out of wedlock. As a result of raising children on their own and all the burdens that may bring, single parents — especially men — are at risk for poor health.