A roundup of new and noteworthy insights from the week’s most talked-about studies:
1 MORE AMERICAN WOMEN WANT TO HAVE CHILDREN
Fifty percent of American women ages 15 to 44 say they expect to have a child, up 4% from 2002, according to a new report from the National Center for Health Statistics and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
2 IT COULD BE DANGEROUS TO TAKE OUT YOUR ANGER AT THE GYM
A large new study of heart-attack survivors published in the journal Circulation found that both heavy physical exertion and being in a negative emotional state could double the risk of having a heart attack within the hour. When people exerted themselves and were angry simultaneously, the risk tripled.
3 MILLENNIALS SPEND ALMOST HALF THEIR FOOD MONEY AT RESTAURANTS
According to a Food Institute analysis of the Department of Agriculture’s 2014 expenditure data, millennials spend 44% of their food money–$2,921 per year on average–on eating out, up more than 10% from 2010.
This appears in the October 31, 2016 issue of TIME.