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Extramarital sex has increased greatly for Americans in their 50s and 60s.
Economic forces, rather than technological ones, are changing the way young people pursue relationships.
And it's called the porcupine problem.
Even indoor pets help us get to know other people, according to new research in four cities across the U.S. and Australia.