Forget about the Freshman 15 — apparently there’s a Wedding Day 15, too.As reports, a new paper by Joelle Abramowitz at the U.S. Census Bureau that studies the results of working hours on your weight has some news for married women. Abramowitz chose to control for factors like marriage because, apparently, women lose weight after getting hitched while men gain weight. Could it be that wedded bliss keeps dudes from their normal exercise regimen? Are new wives plying their new husbands with milkshakes and cheeseburgers to keep them close? That part is unclear, but it could be time to rewrite the standard marriage vows: “for better or worse, for richer for poorer, for those 15 pounds your husband is about to gain.”More bad (but, I mean, unsurprising) news for me and most people reading this post: the study’s main result is “non-strenuous” jobs lead to weight gain. I hate to break it to you, but if you sit sedentary in front of a computer all day, you work in a “non-strenuous” job. So unless you’re something like a personal trainer or a miner, expect a 10 hour increase in your workweek to cause a 2.5 pound weight gain in women and 1.4 pounds in men.The solution, as always, is to exercise more during your daily life. Or if you’re a woman, just get married.