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Article ID: 602430

Risk of Depression Influenced by Quality of Relationships

Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

After analyzing data from nearly 5,000 American adults, U-M researchers found that the quality of a person’s relationships with a spouse, family and friends predicted the likelihood of major depression disorder in the future, regardless of how frequently their social interactions took place.

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Article ID: 602309

Absorption Pharmaceuticals to Receive Patent for Premature Ejaculation Topical Medication

Absorption Pharmaceuticals

Absorption Pharmaceuticals announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has indicated that it will grant a patent related to the use of its topical medication, Promescent, for premature ejaculation (PE). The patent protects novel lidocaine-only eutectic formulation which enables maximum absorption of the anesthetic through the skin's outer layer and provides men with improved ejaculatory control while maintaining great sensory feeling.

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Article ID: 602130

New IU Study: 'How' Often Is More Important Than 'Why' When Describing Breakups

Indiana University

Maybe rocker Greg Kihn was being prophetic in his 1981 hit, "The Breakup Song," with its chorus, "They don't write 'em like that anymore." An Indiana University professor's new paper looks at how people write to break up today, including through texts, emails and social media. According to a new research article by Ilana Gershon, associate professor of communication and culture in IU's College of Arts and Sciences, part of what makes the breakup stories she collected into American stories is that the medium seems so important to the message when breaking off relationships.

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Article ID: 602108

New Study About Facebook and Romantic Relationships

Western Illinois University

A Western Illinois University faculty member who published a widely covered study about Facebook and narcissism last year has authored another study about Facebook and romantic relationships.

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    12-Apr-2013 8:00 AM EDT

Article ID: 601428

Romantic Comedies Affect Beliefs About Relationships Less Strongly Than Expected

National Communication Association

Romantic-comedy films are not a major source for developing unrealistic expectations about relationships among young adults, finds a new study to be published online this week in the National Communication Association’s journal Communication Monographs.

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Article ID: 600405

Delayed Marriage On Rise: Good for College Educated, Tough on Middle America

University of Virginia

One of the major demographic and social changes of the last four decades has been the dramatic increase in the average age at which Americans first marry, from their early 20s in 1970 to their late 20s today.

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Article ID: 599922

Friendships Are Good for Our Health

Health Behavior News Service

While participating in social activities and organizations promotes health, having personal ties with friends is even better, finds a new study in the American Journal of Health Promotion.

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Health Benefits of Marriage May Not Extend to All

American Sociological Association (ASA)

Marriage may not always be as beneficial to health as experts have led us to believe, according to a new study.

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Article ID: 599722

Sacred Sex Dialogue Urged on Comstock's 140th Anniversary

America's Sexuality Day

Religious and Secular Urged to Discuss Sexuality at this weekend’s “Holy Sex! What Do Americans Hold Sacred?” -- a symbolic call toward furthering sexual understanding against Congressional, state and corporate censorship, hope activists.

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Same-Sex Cohabitors Less Healthy Than Those in Heterosexual Marriages

American Sociological Association (ASA)

Same-sex cohabitors report worse health than people of the same socioeconomic status who are in heterosexual marriages, according to a new study, which may provide fuel for gay marriage proponents.

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21-Feb-2013 8:00 AM EST
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