Size does matter when it comes to sexual relationships, according to a new study on women.
A happy wife boosts marital sleeping schedules. New research reveals that spouses are more likely to sleep in sync.
Have the sudden urge of running marathons, enrolling in CrossFit classes, joining Facebook, getting inked or splurging on a new watch? If you're a man that's over 40, you might be experiencing your mid-life crisis.
Cuddling improves sex and relationship quality, according to a new study.
Love gives you strength.
Inching into your lover's personal bed space might be annoying, but new research reveals couples who sleep very close to each other are actually the happiest compared to those who just sleep close to each other.
Getting dumped may increase the risk of mental illness in adolescent girls, according to a new study.
Why do women fake orgasms? They fake it till they make it, according to experts.
Sniffing your date's armpit may help you determine their health, according to a new study.
New dating research reveals that station wagons are worst when it comes to making a first impression.
It was Europeans who brought the chickens to the New World, according to a new study. The astonishing findings of the study contrast with the previous study that concluded Polynesians brought chickens to the New World.
We've all heard the saying that the best way to get over someone is to under someone. New research reveals that having a rebound relationship really helps ease the painful transition of moving on.
Want to know if he'll put a ring on it? You're in luck. Psychologists have identified a few characteristics or personal traits that predispose a person towards either getting married or living with their partner.
No luck with online dating? Maybe it's because you're too attractive, according to new research.
Emotional infidelity is more painful than sexual infidelity for wives, according a new study.
For all intents and purposes, the "War on Drugs" ended when nearly every state passed a law for recreational or medical marijuana use. The truth is, however, that law enforcement officers everywhere still actively pursue drug arrests. If you've been arrested for illicit drug use, you need to take the charges seriously. While there may be a valid defense or a program that can get you out of trouble for a first offense, the stigma can haunt you for a lifetime.