Researchers have discovered a possible link between Massachusetts divorce and childhood obesity, especially among boys. The researchers looked at health data from school nurses on more than 1,000 third grade kids (about 8 years old) at 127 different schools in the Scandinavian country.
Massachusetts people who have never married or whose spouse has died are at increased risk of developing dementia compared to married people, according to a new review in the Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry. But being single may not be as big a health hazard as it once was, the analysis finds.
Study after study has shown that laughing is good for the soul. But now we know something else: sharing giggles with a Massachusetts romantic partner keeps the lovey-dovey feelings going, according to a study published in the journal Personal Relationships.
With tax season quickly approaching, Massachusetts parents and students should look into tax credits that can help with the cost of higher education. They do this by reducing the amount of tax someone owes on their tax return. If the credit reduces tax to less than zero, the taxpayer may get a refund.
When it comes to Massachusetts relationships, most of us are winging it. We're exhilarated by the early stages of love, but as we move onto the general grind of everyday life, personal baggage starts to creep in and we can find ourselves floundering in the face of hurt feelings, emotional withdrawal, escalating conflict, insufficient coping techniques and just plain boredom. There's no denying it: making and keeping happy and healthy relationships is hard.
"I just want them to be happy." This is one of the most commonly stated goal for new Massachusetts parents, but what does it even mean?
The Massachusetts divorce is final. It's just you and the kids. Your oldest son has become "the man of the house." Your oldest daughter now cooks and cleans and mothers her younger siblings. This behavior may be a big help to you. Your friends and relatives may think it's admirable. But these kids are being "parentified," according to experts, who say they maybe advancing through their developmental stages in a way that will cause problems for them later in life.