Women between the ages of 25 and 34 are most likely to cheat, according to a new poll.
Want to find out if your latest crush is into you? Just listen to their voice.
Divorced men are more likely to die early as well as suffer from depression and substance abuse, according to new research.
A new sex survey reveals that divorced men are 67 percent more likely to fake an orgasm than bachelors.
Researchers found that for people with a history of depression, going through a separation or divorce can increase the risk of a depressive episode drastically.
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.
Working-class Americans are less likely to get married, stay married and have their children within marriage compared to those with college degrees, according to a new study.
Having brothers and sisters decreases the risk of divorce as an adult, new research suggests.
Sleeping in separate beds is so half a century ago, but new research reveals that it can actually make partners happier and healthier.
An increasing number of troubled couples on the brink of divorce are taking a final vacation together in an attempt to save their marriage.
Sex with an ex may not be such a bad thing, new research suggests.
A new survey reveals that one in six men say that a relationship is dependent on performance in the bedroom, and admit that they wouldn't hesitate to leave a partner who failed to satisfy them in bed.
Psychologists found that winning is actually more important than getting an apology when partners argue with each other.
The American Association for Family and Marriage Therapy estimates that as many as 12 million Americans are addicted to sex. However, new research suggests that sex addiction is not a real neurological or physiological disorder, but instead just a case of heightened libido.
There really is nothing like a mother's love. A new study reveals that babies who spend nights away from their mothers had more insecure attachments compared to those who had fewer overnights or saw their fathers only during the day.
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.