Mayo Clinic study reveals rural, unmarried women at higher risk for depression
ROCHESTER, Minn. -- Mayo Clinic research suggests unmarried
women living in rural areas have lower self-rated health status than their married counterparts. This lower health status often includes greater instances of self-assessed feelings of depression. The results of the study were recently pub...
Study finds Unmarried Or Single Persons Stand The Risk Of Dying Early
New research has found that people who are unmarried
have a considerably higher risk of dying early, even though they tend to exercise regularly//, and may not be overweight especially later on in their life.
The study conducted by the scientists, Robert Kaplan and Richard Kronick, of the Uni...
Marriage Ends, Health Declines
...rector of the University of Chicago's Center on Aging.
Married men, she said, have better prospects of surviving after surgery and live longer than unmarried
men. "There's really tremendous research that shows this helps health," she said.
But what about those who don't stay married? What happens to them...
Many Veterans Need Mental Health Care
...post-deployment mental health problems," Rego said.
This underscores the need for ancillary social support services for returning veterans who are unmarried
and/or without social support, he said. "All too often we focus on treating the symptoms but fail to address the individual's social context. Based on...
Overall Health of U.S. Children a Mixed Bag
Sixty-seven percent of children lived with two married parents in 2008, a drop from 77 percent in 1980.
In 2007, 40 percent of all births were to unmarried
women, the highest percentage ever reported and a jump from 34 percent in 2002.
In 2007, births to teenagers aged 15 to 17 rose to 22.2 per 1,000, u...
Living Alone Increases Odds of Developing Dementia
...affected by various factors throughout life and develop over a long period of time.
The findings could lead to preventive strategies that encourage unmarried
people to boost their social involvement by taking part in community, cultural and sporting activities, Helmer said.
Stable marriage is linked with better sleep in women
...ed or gaining a partner is associated with better sleep in women than being unmarried
or losing a partner, according to a research abstract that will be presente...er during the eight years of the study had better sleep than women who were unmarried
or who had lost a partner over the course of the study follow-up.
When young men are scarce, they're more likely to play the field than to propose
...ncentive to settle down."
There are about nine unmarried
men for every 10 unmarried
women in Birmingham, Memphis, New Orleans, and Ric...ke City, Austin, and Phoenix, there are about nine unmarried
women for every 10...
Religious devotion does not impact abortion decisions of young unwed women
...rnal of Health and Social Behavior .
"This research suggests that young, unmarried
women are confronted with a number of social, financial and health-related ...ent and school type influenced the pregnancy decisions of a sample of 1,504 unmarried
and never-divorced women age 26 and younger from 125 different schools. The...
More Single Women Are Having Babies
...EDNESDAY, May 13 (HealthDay News) -- The number of unmarried
women having children has risen sharply in the Uni....
"After having relative stability in births to unmarried
women from the mid 1990s to 2002, we've seen reall...s, though, are concerning, she said.
"Births to unmarried
women are at higher risk for poorer birth outcome,...
Study finds that even aloof husbands have lower testosterone levels than unmarried men
A fascinating new study is the first outside of North America to observe lower testosterone levels among married men. Supporting a growing body of research, the study reveals that even married men who are considered aloof spouses and provide minimal parenting have much lower testosterone levels th...
Gene associated with pair-bonding in animals has similar effects in human males
... marital or relationship problems, such as facing threat of divorce, as men who had did not carry it. These men also were almost twice as likely to be unmarried
as men with no copies, despite having a long-term relationship with their mate.
Women married to men with one or two copies of allele 334 reported ...
UK sperm donor crisis
...ine journal Human Reproduction.
They reveal that 88% of applicants were aged under 36, more than half were students without a partner, 85% were unmarried
and over three-quarters had no children. Nearly a third had defaulted along the way and almost two-thirds were rejected (85% of those because of sub-o...