Low self-control may actually promote selfless behavior in close relationships, a new study suggests.
Ladies, the next time you catch your man checking other women out, try your best not to get angry. Scientists say evolution and his genes are the reasons why he has the habit of ogling anything with a skirt.
If your relationship is on the rocks, try going on a double date. A new study reveals that double dates act like an aphrodisiac by increasing partners' attraction to one another.
A new study reveals that woman have more orgasms when they have sex with men they rate as more masculine and dominant. The same study also found that women reach climax more often when they're in bed with attractive partners.
Women's facial features may determine the length of their relationships, a new study suggests.
If you're still not sure about online dating, you may want to listen up. A new study revealed that more than a third of marriages between 2005 and 2012 began online, and online couples actually enjoy happier and longer marriages.
Researchers found that men who are more narcissistic managed to get more women than men who were not as self-centered.
Birth control pills may be making women less competitive and more jaded when it comes to snagging and keeping Mr. Right.
Men multiply and women divide the number of lovers they've been with to appear "normal", according to a new study.
Women really do use sex to get what they want, according to a new relationship survey.
Your dreams may predict the future of your relationships, a new study suggests.
Researchers discovered that the absence of a father in a young girl's life could increase her chances of developing depressive symptoms.
People have long suspected that women will often want to keep their 'good girl' image and divide the actual number of their former flames by three and men will do the opposite and multiply their partner tally by three when 'revealing' their secrets to a new lover.
A poll conducted by online dating site AshleyMadison.com, which helps married people look for potential extramarital flings, revealed the top ten restaurants for cheaters to meet.
Deep, husky male voices and high-pitched but breathy female voices were judged to be more attractive than all other voices, a new study has revealed.
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.