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   <div class="​panel-heading"><​b>​Featured Marripedia Research</​b></​div>​   <div class="​panel-heading"><​b>​Featured Marripedia Research</​b></​div>​
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- <​h5><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​fertility_trends">​Fertility ​Trends</​a><​br> ​       + <​h5><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​fertility_and_religious_practice">​Fertility ​and Religious Practice</​a><​br> ​       
- <​br><​center><​img src="​http://​marripedia.org/​_media/​fertility_trends_2016.png" alt="Childless Women" align="​middle"​ width="​350" height="​300"></​center></​b></​h5>​ + <​br><​center><​img src="​http://​marripedia.org/​_media/​fertility_in_europe.png" alt="Fertility Trends" align="​middle"​ width="​300" height="​265"></​center></​b></​h5>​ 
-In 2016 the U.S. fertility rate hit a record lowand remains below replacement level. Significant shifts in family formation have coincided with and contributed to changes in fertility ​trends ​in the United StatesThe rise in non-marital sexual intercourse, the contraceptive revolution, ​and decisions to postpone or altogether avoid marriage have resulted in fewer births ​per a woman and more childless women.  ​+Although Christianity is the largest religious denomination in the worlddeclining ​fertility ​rates—particularly ​in Europe—indicate that this may no longer be the case by 2060Religious Nones are also projected to decline as a share of the world’s population due to their exceptionally low fertility rate. Muslimswho had the highest fertility rate of all religious denominations ​and made up roughly 31 percent of all births ​from 2010-2015, will likely replace Christians.  ​
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-<​br><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​fertility_trends">​Read more!</​a></​br></​br>​+<​br><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​fertility_and_religious_practice">​Read more!</​a></​br></​br>​
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 +    <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​www.cdc.gov/​mmwr/​volumes/​66/​ss/​ss6624a1.htm?​s_cid=ss6624a1_e">​Abortion Surveillance — United States, 2014</​a></​li>​
 +    <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​today.uconn.edu/​2017/​11/​booze-pot-teen-years-lessen-life-success/">​Booze and Pot in Teen Years Lessen Life Success</​a></​li>​
 +    <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​psycnet.apa.org/​doiLanding?​doi=10.1037%2Fdev0000379">​The Development of Marital Tension: Implications for Divorce Among Married Couples</​a></​li>​
     <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​givingusa.org/​just-released-giving-usa-special-report-on-giving-to-religion/">​Giving to Religion</​a></​li>​     <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​givingusa.org/​just-released-giving-usa-special-report-on-giving-to-religion/">​Giving to Religion</​a></​li>​
     <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S1040260817300217">​Cross-Sibling Effects on Divorce in the Netherlands</​a></​li>​     <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​www.sciencedirect.com/​science/​article/​pii/​S1040260817300217">​Cross-Sibling Effects on Divorce in the Netherlands</​a></​li>​
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     <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​www.escardio.org/​The-ESC/​Press-Office/​Press-releases/​Married-patients-with-heart-disease-have-better-survival-rates">​Married Patients with Heart Disease Have Better Survival Rates</​a></​li>​     <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​www.escardio.org/​The-ESC/​Press-Office/​Press-releases/​Married-patients-with-heart-disease-have-better-survival-rates">​Married Patients with Heart Disease Have Better Survival Rates</​a></​li>​
 <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007/​s10508-017-1018-1">​Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater? Serial Infidelity Across Subsequent Relationships</​a></​li>​ <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​link.springer.com/​article/​10.1007/​s10508-017-1018-1">​Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater? Serial Infidelity Across Subsequent Relationships</​a></​li>​
-        <​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​onlinelibrary.wiley.com/​wol1/​doi/​10.1111/​famp.12299/​abstract">​What Are They Thinking? A National Study of Stability and Change in Divorce Ideation</​a></​li>​ 
-    <​li><​h5><​a href="​https://​academic.oup.com/​humupd/​article/​doi/​10.1093/​humupd/​dmx022/​4035689/​Temporal-trends-in-sperm-count-a-systematic-review">​Temporal Trends in Sperm Count: A Systematic Review and Meta-Regression Analysis</​a></​li>​ 
-<​li><​h5><​a href="​http://​jamanetwork.com/​journals/​jama/​article-abstract/​2646460">​Health and Spirituality</​a></​li>​ 
  
   <​br><​h5><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​archive_of_marripedia_in_the_news">​Check Out Past News Articles!</​a></​b></​h5>​   <​br><​h5><​b><​a href="​http://​marripedia.org/​archive_of_marripedia_in_the_news">​Check Out Past News Articles!</​a></​b></​h5>​
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