Any man vying for the title of the magazine People’s “Sexiest Man Alive” has similar features: tall, sculpted abs and a chiseled jaw.
A dating website has been launched to help ladies find well-endowed suitors. The website, called 7orBetter.com, helps "take the guesswork out of dating" by letting women know in advance what really comes between a man and his briefs.
Past studies found that newborn babies prefer to look at attractive faces. When shown two photographs of faces, babies as young as a day old consistently spent more time looking at the more attractive face. However, a new study has revealed that babies' preference for physiques might not match their affinity for beautiful faces.
Peach fuzz on a woman has been revealed as the biggest turn-off for single men, with 68 percent citing facial hair as an absolute deal breaker, according to a new survey.
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.
Researchers from the Netherlands reported that adults today could be considered to be less healthy than adults from previous generations.
Ladies, cancel your next appointment to the waxing salon. A new survey reveals that men don't actually care for Brazilian style bikini waxes. Instead, they prefer women to look au naturel down below.
A new survey has revealed some of the worst things to say to a woman.
According to a survey done in the UK, men are generally more happy than women when it came to physical appearances and job statuses.
Low testosterone levels may increase the risk of rheumatoid arthritis in men, according to a new study
Childless men are more likely to suffer depression than their female counterparts, according to a new study.
In the battle of the sexes, men are bound to lose, a scientist has predicted. That is, males will sooner or later go extinct.
The UK reports that more men are developing bowel cancer over the past 35 years.
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.
Experts warn that men who have bleeding gums may be twice as likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction.