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On SAGE Insight: Unexpected Gender Moderation of Marital Satisfaction–Health Associations in Long-Distance Relationships

From The Family Journal High marital satisfaction is associated with better individual health and health behavior. Gender moderates these associations; generally, they are stronger for women than for men. More broadly, married individuals experience better overall health across the life … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Music therapy for end-of-life care: An updated systematic review

From Palliative Medicine Music therapy has been defined as the use of music and sounds to facilitate the development of a relationship between patients and professionally trained therapists with the aim of supporting relaxation and improving both physical and emotional … Continue reading

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Physical pain and guilty pleasures

From Social Psychological and Personality Science  All indulgences in life are bad for us—or at least it often seems that way. We regularly desire things that provide short-term satisfaction, yet may harbor long-term negative consequences. In order to enjoy these … Continue reading

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