According to a new study, men who eat garlic smell better to women than men who do not eat garlic.
People use facial feature cues to judge men's height, weight and masculinity, a new study reported.
Manly boys and girly girls are more likely to engage in behaviors that increase their risk of cancer, according to a new study.
Based on the findings from several recent studies, researchers reported that men appear to be stuck in their gender norms.
Researchers believe there is a link between gender harassment and the objectification of women in television.
Masculine men are more likely to have ugly daughters, according to a new study.
Researchers report that heavy stubble, achieved after 10 days of growth, is considered to be the most attractive by men and women.
British researchers found that men eat less fruit and vegetables than their children. The survey found that while pre-school children eat an average of 12 different types of fruit and vegetables each week, the average man only eats half of that.