Sexting is cheating, according to a new poll.
What makes a perfect man? Is it his physique, his age, his intellect or his paycheck? According to a new poll, the perfect man is a 40-year-old successful doctor who looks like Patrick Dempsey and drinks moderately.
A new study reveals that age affects how married couples handle conflict. Researchers revealed that older people handle disagreements more often by changing the subject.
A new survey on unfaithful spouses reveals that wives who cheat spend more on shopping than faithful ones.
Low self-control may actually promote selfless behavior in close relationships, a new study suggests.
Ladies, the next time you catch your man checking other women out, try your best not to get angry. Scientists say evolution and his genes are the reasons why he has the habit of ogling anything with a skirt.
If your relationship is on the rocks, try going on a double date. A new study reveals that double dates act like an aphrodisiac by increasing partners' attraction to one another.
Women's facial features may determine the length of their relationships, a new study suggests.
A new treatment may help post-menopausal women get their sexy back. Experts say that menopause can rob women and their partners of sexual satisfaction. Women often experience sexual pain because of vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA) or drying and thinning of tissues in and around the vagina after menopause.
If you're still not sure about online dating, you may want to listen up. A new study revealed that more than a third of marriages between 2005 and 2012 began online, and online couples actually enjoy happier and longer marriages.
Unmarried mothers and women who had children with men who were already married could face heavy fines under draft family planning legislation in central China.
Due to a lack of death certificate or burial site, it is believed that the rapper Tim Dog faked his own death to avoid paying restitution payments to various women whom he had swindled.
The benefits of marriage may extend surprisingly to matters of health - and the waistline of children.
Women really do use sex to get what they want, according to a new relationship survey.
Despite the fact that researchers have been looking into a similar cure for women since the release of Viagra, nothing has ended up on shelves yet.