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".
Sex can make you smarter, researchers claim, especially if you've recently fallen in love. A study revealed that having sex on a regular basis could boost brainpower.
One young man's heart allowed his sister to find the person who would unlock hers.
The hormone may help you and your loved one celebrate not just this Valentine's Day, but many more in the future.
it's not just popular culture, songs and movies that talk profess about love. It turns out that, the people in the lab-coats have found evidence that love is indeed good for health.
Scientists have discovered that brain scans could reveal whether people have truly found long-lasting love.
We’ve all heard the expression “My heart beats for you.”
Literature, songs, movies and pop culture in general are filled with stories of men who risked it all for love.
Beautiful, thin women are more likely to be committed in long-lasting relationships while handsome men are more likely to have multiple partners, according to research conducted on physical attractiveness and relationships between males and females.
Is love in the air? While psychologists have long known that flirting can enhance a person's mood and help people get ahead in business, relationships and at work, a new study has revealed that people who want to see results look at the weather before deciding to turn on their charms.
Are you in a "normal" relationship? Is the sex and love you're getting from your relationship "normal", below par or above average? Relationship researchers on a quest to help couples build long-lasting, happy relationship are claiming that they have finally figured out the age old question of what is considered "normal" when it comes to sex and intimacy in a relationship.
True love is the stuff of romance novels and Disney movies...but Psychologists say it's real and have a theory on why some people give up on love and fail to enter and sustain stable and fulfilling relationships.
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.