Men who buy sex have much in common with sexually coercive men

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Men who buy sex have less empathy for women in prostitution than men who don’t buy sex and are more likely to report having committed rape and other acts of sexual aggression, according to a new study. The study of 101 men in the Boston area who buy sex and 101 men who do not — all of whom were promised confidentiality — indicates that the perspective of sex buyers has similarities to that of sexual aggressors.

Single mothers much more likely to live in poverty than single fathers, study finds

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Single mothers earn significantly less than single fathers, and they are penalized for each additional child they have even though the income of single fathers remains the same or increases with each added child in their family. Men also make more for every additional year they invest in education, further widening the gender gap, reports a new study.

Sea temperature changes linked to mystery North Pacific ecosystem shifts

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Researchers have long been puzzled by two rapid and widespread changes in the abundance and distribution of North Pacific plankton and fish species that impacted the region’s economically important salmon fisheries. Now, researchers suggest that longer, less frequent climate fluctuations may be contributing to abrupt and unexplained ecosystem shifts in the North Pacific.

COPD: Ways to Avoid Weight Loss

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If you have COPD, your calorie requirements may be higher than you think. A person with COPD can burn 10 times as many calories breathing as a healthy person. Here are 11 feel-better foods and beverages that are rich in calories and nutrients.