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Divorcing may lead to higher chance of fatal accidents

The ending of a marriage can be a stressful time that is filled with angry quarrels and emotional situations. However, people may be surprised that divorcing can lead to fatal accidents, one study shows. People who go through a divorce were two times more likely than married people to die from the most-avoidable causes of accidental death - dangers such as poisoning or fire. Both married and divorced people had an equal risk of dying from the least-avoidable causes of accidental death, such as boat, car or plane accidents.

Marriage, divorce and Obamacare

Many people in Minnesota and around the country are talking about Obamacare. Obamacare is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Passed in 2010, Obamacare is a nationwide law with two objectives: improving health insurance for people who already have it and providing health insurance for people who are uninsured.

Managing time with kids during the holidays

As Minnesota residents know, many divorces involve child custody and visitation, and this is often the most combative part of a break up for individuals who have children. In any case involving custody of a child and co-parenting, the wellbeing of the child should be the most important factor.

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