A recent study done by family and consumer studies assistant professor Daniel Carlson shows that in marriage, it is more about quality than quantity of sex.
Recent research done by family and consumer studies professor Nicholas Wolfinger concluded that Independents and Republicans are more likely to have sex at least once a week than their Democrat peers.
Research has shown that getting married at certain ages can decrease the risk of getting divorced.
A recent study led by family and consumer studies professor Nicholas Wolfinger analyzed 30 years of data to determine that Americans older than 55 are more likely to engage in extramarital sex than their younger counterparts.
Did an elderly man murder his wife or 33 years, or was it an act of mercy? FCS associate professor Sonia Salari weighs in.
Professor Nicholas Wolfinger gives his expert opinion regarding how a family's life is influenced by the state they live in.
Family and consumer studies professor Marissa Diener's latest study found that state-mandated testing for babies with hearing loss has increased early detection of a congenital and health-threatening infection.
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The Child and Family Development Center celebrated its grand reopening on Oct. 5.
Research from the past two decades shows that between 20 and 25 percent of married men cheat and between 10 and 15 percent of married women cheat, according to professor Nicholas Wolfinger.
Professor Nicholas Wolfinger weighs in on the Brangelina split and explains possible factors for the celebrity divorce.
FCS professor and Utah Population Database Director Ken Smith discusses the "unique opportunities that the Utah Population Database provides for understanding health and disease, and for developing new medical treatments."