Researchers at Ohio State University find that sleep is important for conflict resolution with your partner.
The cost of lobola is a significant factor behind the declining number of marriages in South Africa.
Contrary to some beliefs, divorce lawyers are deep appreciator of marriage.
Boss wants to feel that they are heard. Just like a spouse.
Holding a good relationship with your partner is easier said than done these days, normally attributed to a lot of outside factors. This is one reason why there is a thing called courtship, to see if both can jive together and turn something good.
Nothing proves the phrase “no publicity is bad publicity”, the way Ashley Madison scandal does. Ever since the big hack, the company has reportedly added 4 million new users. In the biggest ever data breach in which millions of adulterous spouses were exposed, the site’s membership started to swell as opposed to being shut down
Giving birth after the age of 24 may be better for one's health, according to a recent study.
Women benefit emotionally from cohabitating with or marrying their significant other, a new study reported.
There's no stopping Maggie and Mark Batt-Rawden from finally getting married even on the brink of death.
A new study states that people that are single have greater risk of dying followed by a heart surgery
Troubled marriage and a history of depression may increase the risk for obesity in adults, a new study has shown.
People with Type-A spouses make more money than those married to more laid-back people.
Happy wives are more important than happy husbands when it comes to keeping a marriage intact, according to a new study.
Researchers from the University of Buffalo, Yale University and Rutgers found that couples that smoked together were less likely to engage in domestic violence.
According to a new study, middle-aged women choose to partake in extra-marital affairs instead of a divorce when they feel like they are lacking passion and sex.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.