While you may think that marriages are made in heaven, a scientific principle is at play to decide your partner! Recent study reveals that genetics have a large role to play in determining your romantic partners
A new study found that when women stopped taking their birth control pills, their attraction toward their husbands changed.
Human sexual preference might be molded by city living, a new study suggests.
Handsome men are less fertile, a new study suggests.
Youth and beauty are always pluses when asking for help. However, new research reveals that pictures of cute children may actually backfire in obtaining disaster relief.
Want to look more attractive? Scientists suggest you chew some gum.
Wider-faced men are seen as sexier flings, according to a new study.
Men are more easily aroused in the winter, according to a new study.
Men throw punches and women use words when gunning for romantic rivals.
Want to find out if your latest crush is into you? Just listen to their voice.
The weather may predict when insects mate, according to a new study.
Being nice may actually spice up your sex life, a new study suggests.
Shortened names increase a person's sex appeal, according to a new survey.
Why do ladies love designer handbags? Scientists say it might be because expensive purses act as a repellant by discouraging other women from stealing their partners.
If you want more sex appeal, show off your lips and hide your feet. Neuroscientists have recently identified the least and most erotic body parts.
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.