Report looks at correlation between sexual orientation, health

07/16/2014 | Vox

Federal data showed bisexual Americans were less likely than their straight or gay counterparts to have health insurance and a usual medical establishment to visit. However, straight Americans had lower levels of physical activity, and straight men were more likely to become obese compared with gay and bisexual men.

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