Men multiply and women divide the number of lovers they've been with to appear "normal", according to a new study.
Women really do use sex to get what they want, according to a new relationship survey.
People have long suspected that women will often want to keep their 'good girl' image and divide the actual number of their former flames by three and men will do the opposite and multiply their partner tally by three when 'revealing' their secrets to a new lover.
It's no secret that relationships generally become less fulfilling as time passes, and while relationships aren't all the same, here are some simple, proven tips that can help all couples keep their bond going strong.
One in three women believe that having an extramarital fling can actually save their marriage, a new survey reveals.
Who says sex is best in the bedroom? According to a new survey, Germans prefer to make love in the bathroom.
The female half of the couple is believed to have died of a broken heart.
Contrary to popular belief, a new relationship survey has revealed that men are actually more romantic than women.
The product, called "fundawear", consists of lingerie that is outfitted with the technology that makes mobile phones vibrate.
Women who were at their peak fertility of their cycle were more likely to prefer the shirts of the men with the highest level of testosterone.
Thirty percent of men have faked orgasms as well – and the reasons for doing so may be surprising.
A new relationship study has found that while women in relationships tend to let their lives revolve around their romantic relationships, men tend to place their romantic partners and best friends on an equal but distant footing.
Women with low self-esteem will invest more into their relationships than their more confident counterparts, according to a new study.
For lonely single men yearning for someone to cuddle, look no further. A group of Japanese students have created a cuddle coat that takes the girlfriend experience to a whole new level.
Can you and your significant other really be too close to have good sex? While friendship is the foundation of any strong relationship, experts explain why many couples in the best relationships often have the worst sex lives.
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.