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Having a happy spouse is good for your health

Having a happy spouse may be good for your overall health, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association. They're more fit, feel better and are less physically impaired than those married to a downer. SEE ALSO: A scientist said he created a baby with 3 parents Researchers looked at data from a survey of 1,981 heterosexual couples over 50. Participants rated their own happiness, health and physical activity and life satisfaction over a six-year period.
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