Beware men, as you may be judged by your face. A new study suggests that even though ancient insight tells us not to judge a book by its cover, sometimes it may be right to do so. According to the study, many a times, women can rightly tell if a man is a cheater by merely looking at his face. However, men are apparently not capable of such a judgment about women.
A new study reveals that given a choice between sex and chocolate, women would rather give up sex than letting go of that sweet bar of sin. It is a known fact that most women simply love chocolates. But a survey of 2,000 people revealed that of everything else, alcohol, chocolate and sex were the most difficult things to give up, followed by caffeine and swearing. When asked about giving up something for a month, while 22 percent men said that sex was the hardest to live without, only 9 percent women thought the same. On the other hand, while about 60 percent women said that they wouldn't mind abstaining from sex, only 5 per cent men thought they could.
There is no doubt about the fact that men and women are very different in their nature. Be it about taking care of a child or looking after the house, both sexes have their own ways. A new research suggests that the possible reason for the differences in them lies in the fact that they perceive the world differently.
A new study suggests that men find women who look like them more attractive. The study, conducted by a French team from the Institut des Sciences de l'Evolution de Montpellier (Isem, CNRS) focused on particular facial features such as eye and hair color, lip and eyebrow thickness and the presence or absence of a chin dimple, according to Medical Xpress.
A new study suggests that men who have belly fat are at a higher risk of osteoporosis. Visceral, or deep belly fat, could be a risk factor for bone loss and decreased bone strength in men, the study suggests. "It is important for men to be aware that excess belly fat is not only a risk factor for heart disease and diabetes, it is also a risk factor for bone loss," said Miriam Bredella, M.D., radiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and associate professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School in Boston.
So it is not only men who find blushing pink cheeks attractive. Apparently, even women can get flirty with rosy cheeked men. According to a new study, by researchers at the University of St Andrews, women prefer men with a brightly colored skintone because it indicates a strong alpha-male with dominant genes. However, too much redness could be harmful as it would signal aggression and put women off.