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People living in urban areas prefer fewer kids

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 15 (ANI): A study finds that people living in big cities desire quality over quantity living due to which they prefer long-term romantic relationships, fewer children and more investment in education.

Marry or Divorce: Marital transition affect women health

Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 8 (ANI): Both marriage and divorce affect the health of postmenopausal women.

Here's 'Why can't a woman be more like a man?' in regard to STEM career

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 3 (ANI): A new research has spoken about why we sometimes restrain ourselves from singing the lyric, 'Why can't a woman be more like a man?' from the musical 'My Fair Lady.'

Men don't enjoy debauchery in bachelor party: Study

London [UK], Nov. 6 (ANI): Though we feel debauchery is a part and parcel of modern stag dos, study finds that men don't actually enjoy it.

Marriage attitudes, risky sexual behaviours across ethnic groups are linked

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 19 (ANI): A study says that risky sexual behaviours among adolescents and young adults have long been a major public health concern, due to their prevalence and negative consequences for health.

Stressed marriage could result in your waist expanding: Study

Washington D.C. [US], Oct. 14 (ANI): A recent research carried out at the University of Michigan examined how the negative quality of marriage can be a contributing factor to weight gain, possibly leading to obesity, when couples are stressed.

Being sole breadwinner deteriorate men's health, benefits women

Washington D.C., Aug. 19 (ANI): Being the primary breadwinner in the family is bad for men's health, but gives women a boost, says a study.

Why some people protect their partner's shortcomings while some don't

Washington D.C, Jul 23 : You may know that your partner lacks in some areas when you compare with other people, however, while some people defend their partner’s shortcomings, some don’t, and a study now explains why.

We're not broken, just bent and we can learn to love again!

Washington D.C, Jul 21 : Couples in long-term relationships often find it difficult to keep the sexual spark alive, but according to a recent study, there are ways with which they can relight their fire.

When in relationship, opposites do not attract, claims new study

Washington, Jul 15 (ANI): Turns out, relationship status affects who and what you find attractive as a new study has found that if you are in love, you are more likely to be attracted to someone like you, but for single people, opposites attract.

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