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Can close relationships help you live longer?
Looking to live longer? Science shows that closeness with others doesn't just help us cope with pain –– it makes us live longer, according to an article published in 'Salon' this week.
Men in long-term relationships enjoy cuddling more than women
A new study released from the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University suggests that men enjoy cuddling and tenderness in a long-term relationship more than women.
Sex For Young Teens Can Cause Emotional Damage
A study on sexual activity and teens. Boys vs. Girls.
You are your valentine?
Dr Laura Berman gives an interesting idea, if you are single, you can be your own valentine.
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