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Nearly half of first marriages break up within 20 years, a new government study finds. With those odds, you might wonder: Would we be better off living together first?
Nearly half of first marriages break up within 20 years, a new government study has found. With those odds, one might wonder: Would we be better off living together first?
In the simmering battle over abortion and mental-health problems, a reproductive-health organization says a published study linking the two has been "decisively debunked," while the lead author of the study says her findings still stand.