Husband's good health plays an important role in preventing conflict between couples who live together long-term, according to a new research. Scientists claimed that if wife is ill, there are less chances of differences in the quality of a marriage.
Can't decide what to get your boyfriend for his birthday? Should you get him a Gucci belt or a year's supply of toilet paper? While you may think that he'll be more impressed with the Gucci belt, psychologists say he'll actually be more impressed with the toilet paper- even if he's a brand-obsessed metro-sexual.
A new report concluded that obesity could be a "probable" cause of ovarian cancer.
Want to know if he'll put a ring on it? You're in luck. Psychologists have identified a few characteristics or personal traits that predispose a person towards either getting married or living with their partner.
No luck with online dating? Maybe it's because you're too attractive, according to new research.
Emotional infidelity is more painful than sexual infidelity for wives, according a new study.
One in four couples stop having sex after the birth of their first child, according to a new survey.
Childhood adversity could explain why black men have poorer relationships and health in comparison to white men, according to a new study.
Italian men make the best lovers, according to a new survey.
According to a new study, school drug testing do not deter students from smoking marijuana or cigarettes.
Researchers found a link between parental stress and their children's BMI levels.
Fear of being single might be the main reason of not having a healthy relationship, a new study finds. As loneliness is an unpleasant experience, men and women might be helpless but to settle in their existing relationship.
A software is out to bring in some peace and consistency in your love life. The software will help you find a perfect match on online dating sites with reportedly 95 percent accuracy
Researchers found that casual sex can increase one's risk of developing mental illnesses.
Around 50 per cent of women generally wake up in a bad mood because in their dreams they were cheated by their partners, according to a new research.
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.