Marital status and suicide
Nicole M. King | May 26 2016 | comment  
The supportive environment of marriage can help prevent individuals from extreme emotional distress.

The health benefits of forgiving
Tamara El-Rahi | Feb 1 2016 | comment  
Forgiving may be hard but research says it’s worth it.

Better sleep for the wedded
Nicole M. King | May 8 2015 | comment  
Yup – marital status impacts sleep quality.

More marriage, more healthy habits
Nicole M. King | Jan 5 2015 | comment  
Getting hitched is a strategy for healthier living.

Problems of the heart
Nicole M. King | Dec 15 2014 | comment  
Marriage and its heart attack prevention qualities.

Premature death linked to divorce
Nicole M. King | Aug 12 2014 | comment  
Which makes the worst states for divorce good for your health.

Divorce is bad for your health
Nicole M. King | Oct 7 2013 | comment  
Divorced adults have an increased risk of early mortality compared to their married counterparts.

A marriage for life keeps the doctor away
Nicole M. King | Sep 18 2013 | comment  
Turns out that lifelong marriage delays the onset of disease.

Dangerous daycare?
Nicole M. King | Sep 9 2013 | comment  
Children in daycare are more susceptible to contracting infection.

Breastfeeding reaps cardiac benefits for mums
Nicole M. King | Aug 12 2013 | comment  
Breastfeeding is beneficial for mums as well as their babies.

Marriage may benefit women more than men
Carolyn Moynihan | Aug 28 2012 | comment  
Men benefit more from marriage than women do. Have you heard statements like that before?

Bitterness makes you sick
Carolyn Moynihan | Sep 6 2011 | comment  
When I was growing up people often vented their anger over some recurring annoyance by expostulating, “I’m sick to death of …” The saying seems to have faded from use but the link between anger and sickness is receiving more and more attention.

Couch potatoes dicing with death, study shows
Carolyn Moynihan | Jun 21 2011 | comment  
There’s more on the pernicious effects of prolonged television watching in the news. An analysis of eight separates studies on the link between TV watching and diabetes and heart disease should scare couch potatoes off their sofas -- but will it?

Smile and live longer
Carolyn Moynihan | Aug 13 2009 | comment  
Can pessimists learn to be optimists? If so, they could lengthen theirlives, an American study shows. Research on nearly 100,000 women foundthat pessimists had higher blood pressure and cholesterol; but evenwith those risks, optimists fared better than their cynical sisters.
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