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Not getting enough sleep? It could lead to arguments

Researchers say if a wife doesn't get enough sleep, the next day could mean a spat.

Tags: sleep , Nathan Hager , marital arguments , Colleen Kelleher

Thursday - 06/16/2011, 10:58am EDT

How do careers affect marital happiness?

A new study finds that if a woman has a heavier career workload, she could have a happier marriage. The opposite is true, if a man's workload is heavy.

Tags: work hours , work stress , families , housework , happiness

Sunday - 06/12/2011, 08:20pm EDT

Fitness training schedules, buff appearances can strain marriages

Getting super fit is great, but training for a marathon or triathlon can cause problems for married couples.

Tags: fitness , marathon , triathlon ,

Tuesday - 02/01/2011, 10:47am EST

Comfort food and sex: the keys to lasting happiness

Whether it's eating good food or having sex, pleasure changes the way brain hormones work for at least seven days, University of Cincinnati researchers have found.

Tags: Kristi King , sex , happiness , pleasure , comfort food , University of Chicago , University of Cincinnati ,

Thursday - 11/11/2010, 11:25am EST

Supply and demand plays role in marrying age

In cities where there are fewer women, the women tend to get married at a younger age.

Tags: relationships , Daniel Kruger , Evolutionary Psychology , University of Michigan , Richmond , Andrew Mollenbeck , Colleen Kelleher

Monday - 09/20/2010, 10:51am EDT

Easier divorce in Md.? Live together, swear off sex

One lawmaker wants to change what Maryland considers a separation. Rather than separate homes, couples would have separate bedrooms.

Tags: Bobby Zirkin , Larry Haines , divorce , Maryland General Assembly , sex , bedroom

Wednesday - 02/24/2010, 02:00am EST

Your Valentine: Pet or spouse?

One in five people would opt to spend Valentine's Day with Fido or Fluffy, rather than his spouse.

Tags: Valentine's Day , pets , David Burd , Colleen Kelleher

Sunday - 02/14/2010, 08:56am EST

Want a happier marriage? Think in terms of 'we'

Couples who used "we," "our" and "us" in their conversations do a better job of resolving the inevitable conflicts of marriage.

Tags: happiness , couples , University of California Berkeley , Colleen Kelleher

Monday - 02/01/2010, 08:09am EST