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  1. Intimate Violence Hurts Health

    Feb. 7, 2008 -- In America, one in four women and one in nine men suffers physical or emotional violence at the hands of an intimate partner. This harms their long-term health, the CDC reports. The new data come from the largest-ever survey of intimate-partner violence -- a range of behaviors that i

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  2. How We Love Now

    Your grandfather married the girl next door, and your mother tied the knot with her college sweetheart. But you may very well find your mate through the Internet or in a neighboring cubicle. What does modern love look like? Traditional marriages still exist. But in the last half century, we've seen

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  3. De-stressing Relationships in a Fast-Paced World

    An expert offers tips for getting the stress out of relationships in today's fast-paced world.

  4. Modern Life Takes a Toll on Our Hearts

    We all know that eating loads of saturated fat and leading a sedentary lifestyle can be damaging to our hearts, but today's supercharged lifestyle replete with BlackBerries, cell phones, sky-high mortgage payments, and seven-day work weeks can also wreak havoc on our hearts. WebMD spoke with Mimi Gu

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  5. John Gray on His Book, 'Why Mars and Venus Collide'

    After a stressful day, you need help at home. He just wants to chill. So while you prepare dinner, do the laundry, straighten up, and bathe the kids -- yet again -- he's watching the news. Meanwhile, you're getting angry. Sound familiar? If so, you're like every other couple in America, says best-se

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  6. Modern Dating

    In San Diego, Beth S. had dated lots of men. Online dating, church groups, Meetup groups. "I met some really nice people, but it just wasn't clicking." It was speed dating that stirred the magic. The night she met Carmen -- the six or seven minutes they first spent together -- sparks flew. "He had m

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  7. Love and Politics

    Love and politics are both known to fuel strong emotions, especially when they clash. Alexander Hoffman has been tangling with his wife over the presidential primaries -- even though they're both Democrats. He's backing Hillary Clinton, his wife prefers Barack Obama -- and their political difference

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  8. Spousal Spats May Have Health Benefits

    Jan. 25, 2008 -- New research on marriage and health shows that married couples who express anger may outlive those who suppress anger. The key is for both spouses to be comfortable expressing anger, rather than one or both suppressing anger, University of Michigan researchers report. "The key matte

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  9. Child-Free Couples: Thriving Without Kids

    Kaye Walters of Santa Barbara, Calif., knew she didn't want children, but convincing other people she wanted to remain child-free was trickier. "I like kids," the magazine editor and writer tells WebMD, "but I can get my 'kid fix' from my nieces and nephews." As a response to societal pressures to p

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  10. Dr. Phil & Robin's Do-It-Yourself Marriage Makeover

    By Kate Coyne The famous couple on how to cope with the 5 biggest relationship busters, and their stay-together secrets for no-longer newlyweds Phil McGraw has worn multiple hats in his 57 years — college football star, clinical psychologist, trial consultant, best-selling author, talk show phenomen

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