A new aging study reveals that a woman's beauty peaks at the age of 29, begins to show signs of aging at 41, stop looking "sexy" at 53 and are "old" at 55.
Who says you can't have brawn and brains? New research suggests that world-class athletes may be better than the rest of us in more ways in yet another way: cognitive ability. Surprisingly, researchers also found that being an athlete minimizes cogntive differences that normally occur between men and women.
Sexist men are more likely to prefer women with bigger breasts, according to a new study.
Now you can't blame your wife for being a grouch in the morning because new research reveals she really can't help it.
Ladies, it looks like you'll have to wait a little more than three months before you'll hear you're new boyfriend utter those three little one syllable words that make your relationship "official".
Everyone lies sometimes, but a shocking new study has revealed that men are three times more likely to lie than women, with the average man telling three lies every single day. To give you more perspective, the average man tells about 1,095 lies year.
Women have smaller but more efficient brains than men. Based on the latest findings, bigger doesn't always mean better. The study found that even though a woman's brain is slightly smaller than a man's, her brain uses less energy and fewer brain cells to achieve the same or even better results
Female employees work harder and longer than male employees, according to new research by independent consultant group the Ponemon Institute.
For single men looking for easy prey this Valentine's Day, you've got your work cut out for you, especially if you're below a six.
A new study suggests that apart from all the leadership qualities that one may possess like right attitude, planning and implementation and an ability to motivate a team to work, it may also be helpful if he/she had a masculine voice. According to the study, people prefer male and female leaders with masculine voices. However, even in leadership roles that are typically held by women, both sexes prefer a woman leader with a low-pitched voice, the study suggests.
Beware men, as you may be judged by your face. A new study suggests that even though ancient insight tells us not to judge a book by its cover, sometimes it may be right to do so. According to the study, many a times, women can rightly tell if a man is a cheater by merely looking at his face. However, men are apparently not capable of such a judgment about women.
A new study reveals that given a choice between sex and chocolate, women would rather give up sex than letting go of that sweet bar of sin. It is a known fact that most women simply love chocolates. But a survey of 2,000 people revealed that of everything else, alcohol, chocolate and sex were the most difficult things to give up, followed by caffeine and swearing. When asked about giving up something for a month, while 22 percent men said that sex was the hardest to live without, only 9 percent women thought the same. On the other hand, while about 60 percent women said that they wouldn't mind abstaining from sex, only 5 per cent men thought they could.
There is no doubt about the fact that men and women are very different in their nature. Be it about taking care of a child or looking after the house, both sexes have their own ways. A new research suggests that the possible reason for the differences in them lies in the fact that they perceive the world differently.
Researchers find that men are more sensitive to visuals while women are experts at discriminating colors.
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.