This Election Has Taken an Intimate Toll

If you’re like most Americans you’ll greet Wednesday morning with sweet relief. Yes, this nasty election is almost over.

But while the votes may finally be counted, some unconventional research shows that this horrible, bitter season has already taken a toll – on trust, and even on love.


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I Love You, But

America’s matrimonial lawyers report that prenuptials agreements are increasingly popular items with the millennial generation.

Prenups provide a way for people to get married without legally obligating themselves to an automatic 50-50% split of assets, should the couple one day divorce.

They allow couples to say, “If this…

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The 2016 Campaign, and the Death of Civility

A new survey finds that civility is almost dead in the U.S. The horrible 2016 campaign may kill it outright.

The survey, from Zogby and Allegheny College, finds that civility is definitely on the wane.

For example, in 2010, 89% of respondents said commenting on another’s race or…

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Halloween Facts

The All Hallows’ Evening of ghouls and goblins – otherwise known as Halloween — is almost upon us. We thought you’d like to know what you’re getting into by offering some Halloween facts from the U.S. Census Bureau.

If you’re planning on trick-or-treating, you’ll be…

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Orthopedic Surgeons Want You to Have a Safe Halloween

Orthopedic surgeons are speaking out on Halloween safety, and offering trick-or-treating tips designed to keep you and yours out of the emergency room this year.

These surgeons, and the Pediatric Orthopedic Society of North America (POSNA), say that Halloween can be a very busy time for their trade…

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