HuffPo Finally Sees Downside to Infidelity
It was probably considered a gutsy editorial decision around the offices of the Huffington Post. The house organ for the
HuffPo has produced a slew of articles citing the positive effects of cheating, and even introduced a divorce page before creating a marriage page.
But on May 23rd, the Huffington Post wrote an article titled, â€śCheating Study: Men Who Cheat Are More Likely To Have Heart Attacks.â€ť The study in question showed that men are more likely to experience heart failure when engaging in extramarital sex, as opposed to having sex with a spouse in a familiar environment.
The study in January 2012 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention â€śanalyzed autopsy reports of 5,559 people who died abruptly from heart complications and found that 75 percent of those who died during sex were engaging in extramarital sex.â€ť
Still, HuffPo couldn't resist one last dig at fidelity. At bottom of the article is a link to another story that boldly proclaimed, â€śHappy Kids Divorce More.â€ť