When it comes to our health, marriage may be more than just a formality.
A study may explain why people are so convinced that their relationship status is the best
Splitting household duties may not be the way to more sex for couples
Divorced couples who remarry successfully can teach all couples about building stronger relationships.
Is the love hormone the antidote to infidelity? Researchers are doing their best to find out.
A bride’s pre-wedding jitters may be a sign of marital dissatisfaction and divorce down the road
One predictor of your chances of survival after heart surgery: whether or not you’re married.
Video gaming can impact marital satisfaction by upending the routines of daily life. But for those couples in which both partners play, it may not be such a bad thing
Nagging can wreck a relationship. So why is it so hard to just stop?
If you squabble a lot with your sweetie, don’t think that things will improve after getting hitched. New research shows that conflict levels don’t vary much over the course of marriage. (The good news, conversely, is that if you …
We’re back with three great topics this week: research showing dietary supplements are linked to a higher risk of early death; evidence that the internet might actually be useful in teaching teens healthy sexual behavior; and new …
Even with an African American couple in the White House, the fate of the black family in America has never been so precarious. That’s the message behind Is Marriage for White People?, a new book by Stanford Law professor Ralph …