Researchers found that if aboriginal women were more educated and had higher incomes, they would have a reduced risk of violence.
A new CDC report revealed that nearly nine million American adults use prescription sleeping medications.
After adjusting the depression scale to include symptoms seen in males, researchers found that men are just as likely to suffer from depression as women are.
In a new study, researchers are reporting that middle-aged men with high cholesterol are at a greater risk of a heart attack than middle-aged women with high cholesterol.
Researchers report that gender plays a huge factor in why men and women turn to alcohol and how it affects their mental states.
A new study found that women are 20 to 40 percent more likely to have a psychological disorder.
Discovering the sex of an unborn child may help fathers-to-be bond with their baby, according to a new study.
Thirty percent of men have faked orgasms as well – and the reasons for doing so may be surprising.
Researchers found that the multi-sex organsim, Tetrahymena thermophila reproduces gender randomly.
Researchers found that women who perform as well as men on the SAT do not go into a career in sciences due to gender barriers and stereotypes.
The heartbeat bill, which would ban women from getting abortions once a heartbeat is detected, was passed by both the House and Senate in North Dakota,
There are plenty of old wives’ tales that surround the sex of the baby.
Scientific research shows that men really do suffer more coughs and colds than women because they have more temperature receptors in the brain.
A new study, based on interviews conducted with more than 121,000 people across USA has revealed that about 3.4 percent population across U.S identifies itself as a part of the LGBT group. The study, apparently the largest ever to have aimed at counting the nation's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender population certainly shook up some stereotypes with the release of the Gallup survey on Thursday. The study revealed that LGBT identity is highest among those who are younger, non-white and less educated, according to a report in USA Today.
So it is not only men who find blushing pink cheeks attractive. Apparently, even women can get flirty with rosy cheeked men. According to a new study, by researchers at the University of St Andrews, women prefer men with a brightly colored skintone because it indicates a strong alpha-male with dominant genes. However, too much redness could be harmful as it would signal aggression and put women off.