Monthly Archives: July 2014

Mother and Teen Conversations Can Prevent Harmful Drinking Behavior

Simple mother and teen conversations like, “My mom and I have talked about how drinking can get me into trouble and is bad for my health,” were helpful in preventing binge-drinking in college freshman, according to a study reported in … Continue reading

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Depression Increases Marital Dissatisfaction and Divorce

According to a study of married couples in the U.S., each marital partner’s level of depression predicted their own marital satisfaction and that of their spouse as well.  Depressed individuals were more dissatisfied with their marriage and their spouses were … Continue reading

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