Sound familiar? Your normally cheerful spouse has suddenly, and inexplicably, turned cranky and an otherwise pleasant day is fast becoming a scene from "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf."
When you see those storm clouds gathering in your significant other's eyes, you might do well to give them some carbohydrates -- and fast.
At least that's the advice of a team of researchers who examined the connection between low blood sugar levels and aggression in married couples.
The paper, which was published Monday in PNAS, found that when blood glucose levels dropped, spouses were far more likely to stick...