Research Suggests Cats Like Their Owners as Much as Dogs

Cats are famously temperamental and are generally considered to be less loyal and social than dogs. But recent research suggests that cats actually have similar levels of attachment to their human caregivers as dogs and infants. WIRED’s Arielle Pardes spoke with Kristyn Vitale from Oregon State University’s Human-Animal Interaction Lab to find out more.
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Megatron partners in marijuana-for-CTE research

Former Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson and his business partner, ex-NFL lineman Rob Sims, have partnered with Harvard to research the benefits of medical marijuana for CTE and pain management.
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Getting Married Past This Age Increases Your Risk Of Divorce, Research Suggests

 Want to get married and stay married? Don’t rush to get hitched when you’re young — but don’t wait too long, either. Once you’re past your early 30s, the risk of divorce starts to creep up again, according to new analysis. 

Nicholas Wolfinger, a sociologist at the University of Utah, looked at data from the National Survey of Family Growth and found that while the risk of divorce declines steadily from your teens into your late 20s — it starts to rise again somewhere in your 30s

Once you reach the age of 32, the odds of getting a divorce increase by 5 percent each year

As Wolfinger breaks it down on the Institute For Family Studies blog, “Those who tie the knot after their early thirties are now more likely to divorce than those who marry in their late 20s.” 

Wolfinger writes that it’s “no mystery” why those who marry as teens face a higher risk of divorce: most of us don’t have the coping skills or maturity to deal with marriage in our teens or early 20s, he suggests — and marrying young correlates with lower educational attainment, which increases the risk for divorce regardless of age

But why does waiting until you’re well into your 30s increase the odds? Shouldn’t you be better equipped to handle the stresses of marriage the older you get? 

The researcher isn’t entirely sure but suggests it might have something to do with what he calls the “selection effect”: those who wait to wed may be the type of people who just aren’t cut out for marriage. Ouch

“They delay marriage, often because they can’t find anyone willing to marry them,” Wolfinger explains in his blog. “When they do tie the knot, their marriages are automatically at high risk for divorce. More generally, perhaps people who marry later face a pool of potential spouses that has been winnowed down to exclude the individuals most predisposed to succeed at matrimony” 

The Huffington Post reached out to Wolfinger for comment but he did not reply by the time of publication. 

For those of you suddenly feeling like you just. can’t. win regardless of when you decide to marry, take heart: This is just a statistical analysis based on general trends and may not reflect your personal experience. And overall, the divorce rate in the U.S. continues to drop from its peak in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Phew. 

For more on Wolfinger’s analysis, head here. 

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Getting Married Past This Age Increases Your Risk Of Divorce, Research Suggests

 Want to get married and stay married? Don’t rush to get hitched when you’re young — but don’t wait too long, either. Once you’re past your early 30s, the risk of divorce starts to creep up again, according to new analysis. 

Nicholas Wolfinger, a sociologist at the University of Utah, looked at data from the National Survey of Family Growth and found that while the risk of divorce declines steadily from your teens into your late 20s — it starts to rise again somewhere in your 30s

Once you reach the age of 32, the odds of getting a divorce increase by 5 percent each year

As Wolfinger breaks it down on the Institute For Family Studies blog, “Those who tie the knot after their early thirties are now more likely to divorce than those who marry in their late 20s.” 

Wolfinger writes that it’s “no mystery” why those who marry as teens face a higher risk of divorce: most of us don’t have the coping skills or maturity to deal with marriage in our teens or early 20s, he suggests — and marrying young correlates with lower educational attainment, which increases the risk for divorce regardless of age

But why does waiting until you’re well into your 30s increase the odds? Shouldn’t you be better equipped to handle the stresses of marriage the older you get? 

The researcher isn’t entirely sure but suggests it might have something to do with what he calls the “selection effect”: those who wait to wed may be the type of people who just aren’t cut out for marriage. Ouch

“They delay marriage, often because they can’t find anyone willing to marry them,” Wolfinger explains in his blog. “When they do tie the knot, their marriages are automatically at high risk for divorce. More generally, perhaps people who marry later face a pool of potential spouses that has been winnowed down to exclude the individuals most predisposed to succeed at matrimony” 

The Huffington Post reached out to Wolfinger for comment but he did not reply by the time of publication. 

For those of you suddenly feeling like you just. can’t. win regardless of when you decide to marry, take heart: This is just a statistical analysis based on general trends and may not reflect your personal experience. And overall, the divorce rate in the U.S. continues to drop from its peak in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Phew. 

For more on Wolfinger’s analysis, head here. 

 Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost Divorce on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

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Teen Technorati – Teenage Wunderkinds Explain How They Got Into Cancer Research, Astrophysics & Product Design

What inspires a 17-year-old to go into cancer research or a 19-year-old to develop an obsession with astrophysics? Find out, as the 2014 Thiel Fellows explain how they first discovered their passions and why they’ve decided to turn them into careers.
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6-Year-old Boy Raises $25,000 for Pediatric Cancer Research in Memory of his Kindergarten Classmate: Exclusive Details

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Yesterday, 6-year-old Ryan McGuire of Foxborough, Mass., raised $ 25,000 for Golf Fights Cancer, a nonprofit organization owned…


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Gibson Funds Les Paul Award For Research At Belmont University

Gibson Brands is funding an award for research at Belmont University in Nashville that honors the life and contributions of Les Paul.
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Pop lyrics getting dumber, says research

Lyrics across a variety of pop genres have been losing sophistication over the last ten years, according to an analysis by Andrew Powell-Morse of ticket marketplace SeatSmart. Powell-Morse analyzed 225 songs hat had all spent at least three weeks at number one on the Billboard charts for Pop, Country, Rock, and R&B/Hip-Hop for any given year. He found that while in 2005-2006, an eight-to-nine-year-old might have had trouble with some pop lyrics, …
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Pregnant Jessa Duggar and Hubby Ben Seewald Visit Institute for Creation Research, Discuss Proof That God Exists

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The Window – The Alvin Submarine Part 3: Humans vs. Robots and the Future of Deep-Sea Research

The technological advances in remotely operated vehicles (R.O.V.) have allowed researchers to uncover new ocean depths, like the 1986 footage of the Titanic by the Alvin submersible. Find out what lies ahead for the future of deep-sea exploration from the scientists who are taking the plunge.

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Magician Is Wearing A Straight Jacket For 2 Weeks To Raise Funds For Parkinson’s Research

For most magicians, getting out of a straight jacket marks a right of passage. But for one Toronto trickster, remaining in one for 14 days could be his career-defining moment.

On Tuesday, Mark Correia, 18, got strapped into a straight jacket on the set of Global News’ “The Morning Show,” and plans on remaining in the contraption for two full weeks before attempting his escape. Correia, a diehard Michael J. Fox fan, decided to spend time in the confining piece of clothing in order to raise funds and awareness for Parkinson’s disease — the neurodegenerative disorder his favorite actor was diagnosed with in 1991.

“The strait jacket is a great metaphor,” Correia told the Canadian Press.

In the U.S., 60,000 people will be diagnosed with the disease this year alone. Five million people worldwide are living with Parkinson’s, a progressive disorder that affects vital neurons in the brain, leaving people unable to control movement normally, according to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

Though he’s severely restricted, Correia is working on devising ways to still perform his day-to-day tasks — including cooking and playing video games — and he is documenting his every move, according to the Canadian Press. The one thing he said he can’t pull off, though, is taking a bath.

The determined magician has set a goal of raising $ 25,000 for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research and has already raised nearly $ 8,000.

Correia hopes his endeavor will bring the community closer to finding a cure.

“Wouldn’t it be incredible if we were one step closer to escaping Parkinson’s?” he said in his video explaining his mission.

Yes, it certainly would be.

Find out how you can get involved in Correia’s “Escaping Parkinson’s” project here.

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Is Medical Research Sexist? The Government Says Scientists Have to Start Using More Female Lab Mice to Balance the Scales

Well, file this information under the "I Had No Idea" category: until now, medical studies involving lab mice have generally not used equal numbers of male and female test subjects. But that's about to change….




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Is Medical Research Sexist? The Government Says Scientists Have to Start Using More Female Lab Mice to Balance the Scales

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