Shannon Tweed marries Gene Simmons, US

Gene Simmons marries Shannon Tweed wedding October 1 2011 – On October 1, 2011 Shannon Tweed married her longtime boyfriend, Gene Simmons at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Shannon Lee Tweed is a Canadian actress and model. Shannon Tweed currently lives with her husband Gene Simmons of Kiss and their two children.

Marriage and divorce linked to weight gain

Large weight gains most likely for men after divorce, women after marriage – Both marriage and divorce can act as “weight shocks,” leading people to add a few extra pounds-especially among those over age 30-according to new research to be presented at the 106th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. But when it comes to large weight gains, the effects of marital transitions are quite different for men than they are for women.

Wives’ inability to fall asleep at night has interpersonal consequences in marriage

Study finds that wives’ sleep problems have negative impact on marital interactions — Wives’ inability to fall asleep at night has interpersonal consequences in marriage – The quality of interactions among married couples is affected by wives’ inability to fall asleep at night, but not by husbands’ sleep problems, suggests new research presented in Minneapolis, Minn., at SLEEP 2011, the 25th Anniversary Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies LLC (APSS). Results show that, among wives, taking longer to fall asleep at night predicted their reports of more negative and less positive marital interactions the next day.

HIV rates declined in Zimbabwe driven by fear of infection

Huge decline in HIV rates in Zimbabwe driven by fear of infection, says study – The big drop in the numbers of people infected with HIV in Zimbabwe is because of mass social change, driven by fear of infection, according to an international study reported in the journal PLoS Medicine.

New research to drive novel ways of treating and preventing HIV

Exciting new avenues of research and policy drive expansion of HIV treatment access, use of antiretrovirals to prevent infections and pursuit of a cure — Exciting new avenues of research and policy – The unwillingness of the global AIDS community to accept the status quo is fuelling a new era of scientific innovation to drive novel ways of treating and preventing HIV, organizers of the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2010) taking place in Vienna, Austria said today.

Malnutrition higher in children born to child brides in India

The effect of maternal child marriage on morbidity and mortality of children under 5 in India. – Infants born to child brides in India (married before the age of 18) have a higher risk of malnutrition than children born to older mothers, revealed in a new study.

Divorce undermines health, illness lingers after remarriage

Divorce undermines health in ways remarriage doesn’t heal — Impact of chronic illness lingers after remarriage. – Divorce and widowhood have a lingering, detrimental impact on health, even after a person remarries, research at the University of Chicago and Johns Hopkins University shows.

Stably married women have highest quality sleep

Stable marriage is linked with better sleep in women – Being stably married or gaining a partner is associated with better sleep in women than being unmarried or losing a partner, according to a research that will be presented on Wednesday, June 10, at SLEEP 2009, the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies.

Religious devotion does not impact abortion decisions

Sociologist finds that factors such as grades and parents’ education are more influential than religious involvement for pregnant teens and young adults who face abortion decision. – Unwed pregnant teens and twenty-somethings who attend or have graduated from private religious schools are more likely to obtain abortions than their peers from public schools, according to sociological research published in the June issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Marital happiness linked to birth of a child

University of Denver researchers studied 218 couples for eight years, and this new research shows children take a toll on marital bliss. – What married couples have suspected for years is now proven by researchers at the University of Denver (DU) and Texas A&M ? children can add problems and stress to a marriage.

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