By Inna G. Materese | Esquire

Over the past few decades, there has been a general consensus in the medical research community that there are many medical health benefits to being married. Studies have declared that married individuals live longer and happier lives than their uncoupled counterparts. 

But if that "marriage benefit" existed at all, it might be evaporating, according to a study published July 5 in the journal Social Science Quarterly. Read more....