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   <div class="​panel-heading"><​b>​Featured Marripedia Research</​b></​div>​   <div class="​panel-heading"><​b>​Featured Marripedia Research</​b></​div>​
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- <​h5><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​effects_of_family_structure_on_healthcare_coverage">Effects of Family Structure on Healthcare Coverage</​a><​br> ​       + <​h5><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​fertility_and_religious_practice">Fertility and Religious Practice</​a><​br> ​       
- <​br><​center><​img src="​http://​marripedia.org/​_media/​women_s_health_insurance_type.png" alt="Women'​s Healthcare" align="​middle"​ width="​420" height="​250"></​center></​b></​h5>​ + <​br><​center><​img src="​http://​marripedia.org/​_media/​fertility_in_europe.png" alt="Fertility Trends" align="​middle"​ width="​300" height="​265"></​center></​b></​h5>​ 
-Shifting marriage patterns have significantly altered ​the healthcare coverage of American adultsThe majority ​of American adults (below age 65) receive health insurance through their Employer-Sponsored Coverage, which generally extends ​to legal spouses and dependent childrenAs cohabitation rates rise, divorce becomes more commonplace,​ and young adults delay or forego marriage, the percentage ​of Americans eligible for employer coverage has diminished.  ​+Although Christianity is the largest religious denomination in the world, declining fertility rates—particularly in Europe—indicate that this may no longer be the case by 2060Religious Nones are also projected to decline as a share of the world’s population due to their exceptionally low fertility rateMuslimswho had the highest fertility rate of all religious denominations and made up roughly 31 percent of all births from 2010-2015, will likely replace Christians.  ​
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-<​br><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​effects_of_family_structure_on_healthcare_coverage">​Read more!</​a></​br></​br>​+<​br><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​fertility_and_religious_practice">​Read more!</​a></​br></​br>​
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 +    <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​www.cdc.gov/​mmwr/​volumes/​66/​ss/​ss6624a1.htm?​s_cid=ss6624a1_e">​Abortion Surveillance — United States, 2014</​a></​li>​
 +    <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​today.uconn.edu/​2017/​11/​booze-pot-teen-years-lessen-life-success/">​Booze and Pot in Teen Years Lessen Life Success</​a></​li>​
 +    <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​psycnet.apa.org/​doiLanding?​doi=10.1037%2Fdev0000379">​The Development of Marital Tension: Implications for Divorce Among Married Couples</​a></​li>​
 +    <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​givingusa.org/​just-released-giving-usa-special-report-on-giving-to-religion/">​Giving to Religion</​a></​li>​
     <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S1040260817300217">​Cross-Sibling Effects on Divorce in the Netherlands</​a></​li>​     <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S1040260817300217">​Cross-Sibling Effects on Divorce in the Netherlands</​a></​li>​
     <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​www.pewresearch.org/​fact-tank/​2017/​10/​16/​a-growing-share-of-americans-say-its-not-necessary-to-believe-in-god-to-be-moral/">​A Growing Share of Americans Say It’s Not Necessary to Believe in God to be Moral</​a></​li>​     <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​www.pewresearch.org/​fact-tank/​2017/​10/​16/​a-growing-share-of-americans-say-its-not-necessary-to-believe-in-god-to-be-moral/">​A Growing Share of Americans Say It’s Not Necessary to Believe in God to be Moral</​a></​li>​
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     <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​www.escardio.org/​The-ESC/​Press-Office/​Press-releases/​Married-patients-with-heart-disease-have-better-survival-rates">​Married Patients with Heart Disease Have Better Survival Rates</​a></​li>​     <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​www.escardio.org/​The-ESC/​Press-Office/​Press-releases/​Married-patients-with-heart-disease-have-better-survival-rates">​Married Patients with Heart Disease Have Better Survival Rates</​a></​li>​
 <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007/​s10508-017-1018-1">​Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater? Serial Infidelity Across Subsequent Relationships</​a></​li>​ <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007/​s10508-017-1018-1">​Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater? Serial Infidelity Across Subsequent Relationships</​a></​li>​
-        <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​onlinelibrary.wiley.com/​wol1/​doi/​10.1111/​famp.12299/​abstract">​What Are They Thinking? A National Study of Stability and Change in Divorce Ideation</​a></​li>​ 
-    <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​academic.oup.com/​humupd/​article/​doi/​10.1093/​humupd/​dmx022/​4035689/​Temporal-trends-in-sperm-count-a-systematic-review">​Temporal Trends in Sperm Count: A Systematic Review and Meta-Regression Analysis</​a></​li>​ 
-<​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​jamanetwork.com/​journals/​jama/​article-abstract/​2646460">​Health and Spirituality</​a></​li>​ 
  
   <​br><​h5><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​archive_of_marripedia_in_the_news">​Check Out Past News Articles!</​a></​b></​h5>​   <​br><​h5><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​archive_of_marripedia_in_the_news">​Check Out Past News Articles!</​a></​b></​h5>​
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