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  Marriage Keeps Blood Pressure Down
A happy marriage in which couples share activities helps keep blood pressure under control, according to a landmark study published in the American Journal of Hypertension. More
  Study Examines Mating Influences
A recent international study suggests that women who live in cultures that support a woman's power to choose her own lifestyle are less likely to seek power and wealth when choosing a mate. The study showed little evidence of women wanting men who could provide for them and their families. More
 

Cohabitors More Depressed
Than Married Couples

Couples who are living together, but do not express an interest in getting married, are more depressed than couples who are married, according to a recent report. More

 

Low income linked to abusive relationship
One quarter of women and 13% of men in South Carolina report that they have experienced abuse in an intimate relationship, with poorer people being at the greatest risk, according to researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). More

 

Lasting Friendships can improve health
Lovers, boyfriends, girlfriends, husbands and wives may come and go. Friends are forever. Not fair-weather or convenience friends. They're as bountiful as pollen in spring. We're talking true, stick to your side no matter what friends. Even better, they can improve your health. More

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