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Children just as happy in homes with stepparents, study finds

After parents get divorced, they often worry about the impact it will have on their children. Divorce affects each child in a different way, but many children may feel angry, sad, confused and even resentful. These feelings are common in children after a divorce. In addition to worrying about how the divorce will impact their kids, many parents wonder how getting remarried will affect their relationship with their children. 

Divorce rate higher for women who become ill

A new study has found a surprising link between medical conditions and the risk of divorce in the United States. The risk of divorce increases when wives become ill. However, the risk of divorce does not increase when a husband's health declines, according to the study by the University of Michigan and Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. 


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