Working-class Americans are less likely to get married, stay married and have their children within marriage compared to those with college degrees, according to a new study.
Having brothers and sisters decreases the risk of divorce as an adult, new research suggests.
An increasing number of troubled couples on the brink of divorce are taking a final vacation together in an attempt to save their marriage.
Men prefer brunettes when it comes to picking lovers.
Psychologists found that winning is actually more important than getting an apology when partners argue with each other.
There really is nothing like a mother's love. A new study reveals that babies who spend nights away from their mothers had more insecure attachments compared to those who had fewer overnights or saw their fathers only during the day.
A new study reveals that marriage rates are plummeting. Not only are fewer women are getting married; women are waiting longer to walk down the aisle.
Researchers report that long distance relationships can lead to a deeper connection between two people.
Cell phone addiction is a real problem, according to a new survey.
A new survey on unfaithful spouses reveals that wives who cheat spend more on shopping than faithful ones.
We've all heard of the three-date rule, or the "The Sex Date", which states that is it socially acceptable to sleep with someone on the third date. But what about kissing? How many dates should you go on before it's okay to lean in for a kiss?
Boys enter puberty later than girls, so it comes to no surprise that men mature later than women. What's shocking is just how much longer it takes for men to mature completely.
Researchers found that women develop memory better than men based on recalling details and events that occurred throughout one week.
A new treatment may help post-menopausal women get their sexy back. Experts say that menopause can rob women and their partners of sexual satisfaction. Women often experience sexual pain because of vulvovaginal atrophy (VVA) or drying and thinning of tissues in and around the vagina after menopause.
Getting a little kinky between the sheets may actually promote psychological health, according to a new study. Researchers found that people who play with whips, chains and handcuffs during sex were actually psychologically healthier than those who enjoy "vanilla sex".
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.