Porn makes men better lovers, a new study suggests.
Actresses need to be pickier than actors to succeed in Hollywood, according to a new study.
Social status could help predict longevity in mammals, according to a new study.
Not having a clear line between work and play makes people ill mannered, according to a new study.
Viagra may cure more than problems in the bedroom, according to a new study.
A meaningful life protects the aging heart, according to a new study.
LSD and magic mushrooms don't increase the risk of mental health problems, according to new research.
Men are more narcissistic than women, according to science.
Sad movies make you fat, according to a new study. After analyzing food consumption in moviegoers, researchers noticed that people watching tearjerkers ate between 28 percent and 55 percent more popcorn than those that watched other movie genres.
Eating too much licorice is dangerous, according to researchers. A new case study describes how a 10-year-old boy suffered seizures after eating licorice.
Having a low self-esteem increases a person's risk of putting up with an unhappy relationship.
Your morning cup of Jo could be the reason why you don't have multiple sclerosis, a new study suggests.
Putting yourself in another person's shoes might actually have the opposite effect, according to a new study on consumer behavior.
Vitamin A is dangerous in high doses, according to new research.
Work on your voice to get your dream job.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.