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Living with a romantic partner without being married has become popular in recent years, researchers say. By 2013, nearly two-thirds of women ages 19-44 had cohabited at some point, compared to about a third who cohabited in 1987. (Image courtesy of National Center for Family & Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University/Deseret News).

Cohabitation nearly doubles over past 25 years, study says

- Deseret News

Unmarried cohabitation has nearly doubled over a quarter-century, according to a new analysis by researchers at Bowling Green State University. By 2013, nearly two-thirds of women ages 19-44 had cohabited at some point, they found.

Chef Duff Goldman of "Ace of Cakes" is taking away financial incentives that he says have made competitive cooking programs "TV-ified." "Cake decorators care about their art. It's more about the art than it is about winning a big check," he said. (Associated Press)

Duff Goldman of 'Ace of Cakes' bakes up 2 fresh Food Network shows, 1 with Valerie Bertinelli

- The Washington Times

Baltimore native Duff Goldman has taken a rather circuitous route to celebrity chef status. He initially studied history and philosophy at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, before heading west to the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone in St. Helena, California. But it was back home in his native city where fame found him thanks to Charm City Cakes, which was a prominent feature on Food Network's "Ace of Cakes."

HIV infections acquired at health care jobs are now very rare in the United States, the federal government said Thursday. Of the dozens of known U.S. health care workplace-acquired HIV infections, most involved an accidental needle stick. (AP Photo/Luis Romero)

HIV workplace infections very rare: CDC

- The Washington Times

HIV infections acquired in the workplace have become very rare: In the last 14 years, only one known health care worker has become HIV-infected on the job, the federal government said Thursday.

This image released by 20th Century Fox shows Joel Edgerton, left, and Dar Salim in a scene from "Exodus: Gods and Kings." Egypt has banned the movie. (AP Photo/20th Century Fox, Kerry Brown)

'Exodus' film banned in Egypt

- Deseret News

Egypt has banned "Exodus: Gods and Kings" because government officials felt it interpreted historical events through an incorrect and unfair lens.

Denver, with its natural beauty, is considered one of the best places to start a new romance. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

Looking for love? Go West, young singles

- Deseret News

Looking for love? Make sure you're looking in the right places. Here are 15 cities that are perfect for you when you're searching for love in the new year.

Attending religious services regularly is associated with being "very happy," says a new study from the Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture in Texas. (AP Photo/The Muskegon Chronicle, Tommy Martino)

Weekly worshippers most likely to be 'very happy'

- Deseret News

Attending religious services regularly is associated with being "very happy," says a new study from the Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture in Texas.