More Americans, particularly women, are identifying as bisexual today than they did before, a CDC survey reported.
Gender wage gap appears to affect risks of depression and anxiety disorder in women, a new study found.
According to a new study, there are more men with mustaches in leadership positions in academic medicine than women.
Women benefit emotionally from cohabitating with or marrying their significant other, a new study reported.
Cornell University researchers have claimed to have found that men eat much more, almost double, when they are in presence of women and that this behavior can be "motivated by a hard-wired male urge to demonstrate prowess."
As per a recent study, the gap between men and women drinking has been closing over the years.
A new study reported that men "tend to overeat to show off" to the ladies.
A new study found decreased incidence of disease, which is a likely consequence of reduced screening following changed guidelines made in 2008. The study raises the question if decreased screening has led to death of more men due to the disease.
Low vitamin D levels can affect your sex life, a new study found.
According to a new study, men who eat garlic smell better to women than men who do not eat garlic.
Despite efforts to reduce adult obesity in America, the rates continue to rise, according to new federal research.
Drinking too much soda and sweetened beverages can lead to heart failure, a new study reported.
People use facial feature cues to judge men's height, weight and masculinity, a new study reported.
This year's International Men's Day brought the spotlight on the health of men, which usually is on a backseat.
A new study found that men were more responsive to women in heels.
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