(Undated) -- Married men are heading to the doctor's office more often than single men. However, Doctor Daniel Sullivan says it's not always their own doing. A new survey showed about three-quarters of married men are more likely to go to the doctor compared to single men. With the help of their wives, married men also have their blood pressure and cholesterol checked on a more regular basis. The CDC released the survey in celebration of National Men's Health Week leading up to Father's Day, which is this Sunday.