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The effects of sleep loss were different for men and women, and marriage satisfaction also played a role.

Older married couples can lose sleep when they help support grown kids, but the exact reasons for being awake at night may be different for men and women, a recent study suggests.

Most parents probably don't need a study to tell them they lose sleep over their kids, but there is plenty of research showing this happens all the time while children are young and living at home. The current study offers fresh insight into how grown kids can still contribute to sleep problems even for empty nesters, said lead study author Amber Seidel of Penn State York in Pennsylvania.

"Family interactions continue to affect us well into later adulthood," Seidel said by e-mail. "The idea that being an empty nester will eliminate the worries and stresses associated with parenting is a very limited view."


Don't let cynicism ruin the value and benefits Valentine's can offer your marriage.

Many use Valentine's as a barometer for their relationship. Here's how to use it for aspirational measurement instead.

How to understand her feelings and his detachment.

The ultimate union where a couple works to change the world is called a "grand marriage." Here are 3 things to prepare your marriage for the challenge.

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