Being nice may actually spice up your sex life, a new study suggests.
The next time you play poker, watch out for your opponent's arms because the way they move them might just reveal their cards.
Watching others may help people overcome phobias, a new study suggests.
Shortened names increase a person's sex appeal, according to a new survey.
People have negative reactions to flattery by salespeople, and this is true even if they think the compliments are sincere. However new research reveals that disliking a salesperson doesn't mean a customer won't buy something from the store.
Having a positive attitude may help promote longevity in heart patients, a new study suggests.
Watching too much television can change the way we talk, a new study suggests.
Older adults are worse than younger adults at reading emotion in their spouse's face, but are just as good at assessing their partner's moods when their spouse isn't present.
Why do ladies love designer handbags? Scientists say it might be because expensive purses act as a repellant by discouraging other women from stealing their partners.
One in three of us regularly have dreams about being caught naked in public, according to a new survey.
If you want more sex appeal, show off your lips and hide your feet. Neuroscientists have recently identified the least and most erotic body parts.
The "love hormone" may help treat face blindness, a new study suggests.
Making music help boosts pro-social behavior and problem-solving skills in young children, a new study suggests.
Switching from tea to coffee may get you a raise, a new survey suggests.
Pornography increases sexist attitudes, but only among certain men.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.