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  1. Marriage Makeover: "2 Jobs, 2 Kids — Where Does Our Marriage Fit In?"

    With two fast-paced careers, a toddler, and another baby on the way, Meghan and Jeremy Wilker have let their marriage drop to the bottom of their to-do list. Can REDBOOK Love Network expert Jane Greer, Ph.D., help them finally make time for each other? Meghan and Jeremy Wilker are both at the top of

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  2. Pill Users Choose 'Wrong' Sex Partners

    Aug. 12, 2008 -- A woman is sexually attracted to men who smell like a good genetic match, but birth control pills make her desire the "wrong" men, a U.K. study shows. Who is the right man? Studies suggest women are attracted to men whose genetic makeup differs from their own. Having a genetically d

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  3. Married vs. Single: Health Gap Narrows

    Aug. 11, 2008 -- Getting married doesn't improve one's health as much as it used to, according to a new study. Married people have historically reported better health than their never-married peers. It has generally been accepted that marriage provides social, psychological, and financial resources

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  4. Overworking Affects Spouses Differently

    Aug. 1, 2008 -- Long work hours can take a toll on a marriage, and a new report shows that grueling work schedules affect husbands' careers and wives careers differently. The key finding: When husbands work 50 hours per week or more, their wives are more likely to quit their own jobs, especially if

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  5. Sex After 70 Getting Better

    July 8, 2008 -- Satisfying sex lives among people aged 70 and older are now more common, Swedish researchers report. They studied four groups of men and women aged 70 and older in Gothenburg, Sweden. Nurses or doctors interviewed one group of participants in the early 1970s, a second group in the mi

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  6. Relationship Violence Common in College

    July 8, 2008 -- More than four in 10 college students have been the victim of relationship violence by a partner, friend, or acquaintance, according to a new study. "All forms of relationship violence are prevalent among male and female college students; almost half of the students had experienced r

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  7. Facebook Benefits Extroverts Most

    June 25, 2008 -- People who are more socially isolated in real life tend to be more isolated in the virtual world of social networking web sites like Facebook, new research suggests. Facebook users in the study who reported feeling anxiety and fear in their face-to-face relationships spent more time

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  8. Confessions: Addicted to Internet Dating

    "Finding someone better was no longer innocent curiosity; it was easy — and it became an obsession."

  9. Hooking Up: The Ex Files

    Only the worst kind of girl would ever date a friend's ex-boyfriend.

  10. Is Love Skin Deep?

    One guy's scary body art puts his girlfriend to the test.

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