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September 9, 2014, Fox News
New research shows that for married couples, when the wife is happy with the marriage, the husband has a higher life satisfaction.
Frequent teen marijuana use linked to issues later in lifeSeptember 9, 2014, CNN
The study found daily adolescent users were more likely to become dependent on marijuana, more likely to attempt suicide, and more likely to use other illegal drugs in the future.
Early treatment may decrease autism signsSeptember 9, 2014, Los Angeles Times
New research suggests intervention during infant years may improve autism symptoms by age three.
Couples on different sleep schedules can expect conflict—and adaptSeptember 9, 2014, The Wall Street Journal
Researchers found spouses who go to bed at different times report significantly less relationship satisfaction than those on the same schedule.
Happy reunions can obscure the challenges that military families face after deploymentSeptember 8, 2014, The Washington Post
Military families face challenges that don’t get the same attention as reunion “Hallmark moments,” experts say.
How trauma can help you growSeptember 8, 2014, U.S. News & World Report
Survivors of traumatic events can learn to cope with their pain through a phenomenon called “post-traumatic growth.”