After celebrating his birthday with his family, a chicken burger and 8 refills of a plate of chips, Mitch Burgess decided he really needed to lose weight. Coming home with the realization, he pulled out the bathroom scale and weighed himself for the first time in a very long time.
A lot of studies have been made about how marriage uplifts emotional stability in couples. Howver a new research suggests that couples who choose to live together rather than officially tying the know may be more beneficial.
New research suggests extracting acoustic features from spoken interactions in couples therapy is a better predictor of relationship success or failure.
Marriage is really good for the heart. Yes, literally!
Brigham Young University issued results on a study about the effects of marriage on the health of married couples. The outcome indicates that couples in an ambivalent relationship may have poorer cardiovascular health compared to those who are in a healthy and supportive relationships.
Marriage is good for you.
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