Husband's good health plays an important role in preventing conflict between couples who live together long-term, according to a new research. Scientists claimed that if wife is ill, there are less chances of differences in the quality of a marriage.
A Dutch study reported that condom use is highly dependent on a couple's characteristics.
Men need more time to end romantic relationships, according to a new survey. It takes the average woman six days to decide to break up with her partner. However, the average man needs at least a month to dump their significant others.
Couples are most likely to have sex Saturday night at 7:37pm, according to a new survey.
"I told you so" is familiar phrase among couples, but the desire to be right can put unnecessary strain on relationships. To understand whether it's better to be right or to be happy, researchers assessed the quality of life of a married couple living in their own home.
Absence really does make the heart grow fonder, a new study suggests.
Researchers reported that couples who drank together or abstained from drinking together were more likely to stay married.
Anxiety and adjustment disorders are prevalent in new parents and they are more common than post-natal depression according to a new study.
Researchers found that for both young and old couples, having a happier marriage led to healthier spouses.
Researchers found that men and women do look for different things in a romantic partner contrary to popular belief.
Is your current significant other the love of your life? A new survey revealed that one in seven people say their current partner isn't.
A new app called Glow aims to track couples' sexual lives and menstrual cycles to determine the best time to conceive.
An increasing number of troubled couples on the brink of divorce are taking a final vacation together in an attempt to save their marriage.
Researchers found that significant partners who encouraged dieting influenced extreme dieting behaviors.
Psychologists found that winning is actually more important than getting an apology when partners argue with each other.
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.