Ladies, if you're going to be spending your summer holiday on the beaches of southern Europe, make sure you bring pepper spray- or at least a one-piece swimsuit.
Women's facial features may determine the length of their relationships, a new study suggests.
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?
Researchers believe that blood tests could possibly detect sexually transmitted oral cancers years before the cancer is detectable.
Men care more how they "measure up" in the locker room than in the bedroom, new research suggests.
Pinkeye is spreading like wildfire among Japanese preteens because of a new "eyeball licking" fetish.
A fertility expert claims that up to 12 percent of women are allergic to semen.
A new study reveals that erectile dysfunction is not just a problem for old men. Researchers found that one in four men seeking medical attention for newly developed erectile dysfunction are younger than 40 years old, and nearly half of young men with the condition have severe ED.
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.
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.
Wonder why ladies think you're such a creep? It may be because you're not getting enough sleep.
A new study reveals that women don't like their promiscuous counterparts, and view them as more unsuitable for friendship than less sexually experienced women.
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".
Delicate features like small feet, smooth skin, and hourglass figures are signs of feminine beauty and reproductive health in most cultures. However, anthropologists studying the Karo Batak people in rural northern Indonesia revealed that men there find bigger feet to be the sexiest.
Men multiply and women divide the number of lovers they've been with to appear "normal", according to a new study.