Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis’ Olin Business School and Denmark found that men who are married to women who earn more than they do are more likely to take erectile dysfunction medication than men who are the higher breadwinner in the family. The researchers studied more than 200,000 married couples from 1997 through 2006 in Denmark and also found that women who earn more than their husbands suffer more insomnia and are more likely to take anti-anxiety medication. These conditions don’t affect unmarried couples or men who earned less than their wives before they got married.

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