Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Hostility in marriage may slow wound healing

'The stress a married couple experiences during a 30-minute argument can delay their bodies' ability to heal a wound by at least a day, according to a new study. And if the couples' relationship endures routine hostility, the delay can be increased yet further. There could be important implications for people suffering from chronic wounds, such as skin ulcers.' More


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