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Why Are Men Overlooking the Benefits of Marriage?

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The marriage rate in the U.S. continues to decline and the view that marriage entails a “lack of freedom” is becoming more entrenched, particularly among younger men, according to researchers Nicholas H. Wolfinger and W. Bradford Wilcox.

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lost loves, Relationships, Infidelity, Social media and relationships, Dating, Couples, Affairs, Reconnection, Psychology

Looking for the One That Got Away? International Expert on Rekindled Romances and Lost Loves Available

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Change in Marital Status Post-Menopause May Impact Health

For women who marry later in life, a few extra pounds may accompany their nuptials, a new study led by the University of Arizona suggests. On the other hand, older women who go through a divorce or separation may lose weight and see some positive changes in their health, according to the research.

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Men and Women Are Not That Different with Respect to Age Preferences of Sexual Partners

The difference between men and women with respect to their age preferences, when it comes to sexual partners, is smaller than earlier believed. A recent study shows that also men become interested in older and older women as they themselves age.

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Chemistry, Biochemistry, zinc, Fertilisation, Fertility, Bacterial Infection

Interview with a Scientist: Thomas O’Halloran, Metal Maestro

In a video interview, Thomas O’Halloran discusses the roles of metals in the body with a focus on how zinc regulates egg cell maturation and fertilization.

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Study Affirms That Cocaine Makes Users More Likely to Risk Unsafe Sex

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Cocaine use has long been tied anecdotally to higher-than-usual rates of impulsive behavior, including risky sex, but the tie-in has been difficult to study with any scientifically controlled rigor.

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HIV-prevention, Molly Rosenberg, Indiana University Bloomington

IU Study Examines Sexual Risk-Taking, HIV Prevention Among Older Adults in Sub-Saharan Africa

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A recent study conducted by researchers at Indiana University found that older men and women are maintaining sexual relationships into their 80s and beyond and are often ignored in sexual health education, increasing the possibility for HIV transmission.

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University At Buffalo, Immigrants, African immigrants, Sex Education, Culture, Acculturation, Parenting, Mother Daughter Relationship

For Immigrant Mothers Delivering ‘the Talk,’ Facts Trump Culture

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Where a shift in cultural behaviors and beliefs typically takes three generations, new research has found that among African immigrant mothers, cultural views regarding sex are rarely passed down to their children, indicating change after a single generation.

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Allergies, Hives, Valentine's Day, Allergist, Acaai, American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology

Breathe Easy as You Plan an Allergy- and Asthma-Free Valentine’s Day

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If you want to plan the perfect Valentine’s Day for your sweetheart, keep their allergies and asthma in mind.

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Binghamton University, SUNY Binghamton, State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, Psychology, Relationships, Social Support, Spouses, Couples, Cortisol, Stress, Stress Management, Hormones, Positive Behavior, negative behavior, Communication, Husbands, Wives, Counseling, Therapy

Positive Social Support From a Spouse Could Have Negative Consequences, New Research Shows

Offering your spouse what you believe to be positive support could have negative physiological effects on them, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.







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