Circumcision really does take away bedroom pleasure, according to a new Belgium study.
When the number of men in a poor area goes down, women become less choosy and start giving birth to more children, according to a new study from Britain. Women belonging to more affluent classes react to shortage of men differently, like pursuing a degree or focusing on career.
Reducing the treatment duration for prostate cancer by half can give the same kind of health outcomes for men, says a new study.
A new "medical prediction" Predicktor app aims to help you accurately predict the size of a man's penis, using a formula that factors in information like height and finger length.
Literature, songs, movies and pop culture in general are filled with stories of men who risked it all for love.
Men, but not women, who take calcium supplements are at a higher risk of dying due to cardiovascular deaths than people who don't take the supplements, according to a new study.
A new study may have some alarming news for couch potatoes. Men who watch television for 20 hours per week have almost half the sperm count of those who watch very little television or none at all, according to a study published on Tuesday.
A healthy dose of pornography might just be the right prescription for homophobic, straight men to become more accepting of same-sex marriage.
Men do more than moving on the dance floor. Apparently, they also attract lovers and fend off any potential rival, a new study suggests.
A new study that is currently being conducted by researchers in Australia seeks to discover whether testosterone could help men prevent their chances of developing type-2 diabetes.
While a CDC report suggests that 77 percent of men wash their hands when leaving the restroom, new research has found that this figure increased to 86 percent among men who were primed with messages in bathrooms. Maria Lapinski, Michigan State University; Erin Maloney, University of Pennsylvania; Mary Braz, Westchester University; and Hillary Shulman, North Central College published their findings in Human Communication Research from a field study of college-aged men, according to Medical Xpress.
All the ladies who are seeking for a man to start a family, here is a piece of information you could use. A new study suggests that men, who have many brothers, are more likely to be fertile. According to the study, the more the number of male siblings a man has, the brighter are the chances of the man being fertile. The findings of the study also substantiate the theory couples with genes for good male fertility are more likely to have boys.
Chocolates being the best gift for only women may soon be the thing of past, as scientists discover that the sweet bar of sins has significant health benefits for men folks well. So you may soon see pumped up men with chocolate bars, for all good reasons. A new study by researchers from University of Aberdeen Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health suggests that men who consume dark chocolate reduce their risk of heart disease and stroke. Dark chocolate apparently has anti-clotting effects which gets activate within two hours of consumption in both sexes, but the effect is more pronounced in men.
A new study suggests that apart from all the leadership qualities that one may possess like right attitude, planning and implementation and an ability to motivate a team to work, it may also be helpful if he/she had a masculine voice. According to the study, people prefer male and female leaders with masculine voices. However, even in leadership roles that are typically held by women, both sexes prefer a woman leader with a low-pitched voice, the study suggests.
So what if they say this is a man's world? Women live here longer! At least that's what has been revealed by a latest Census Bureau report. The report, released Monday, suggests that there are many more women making it to a hundred years on the planet than men.