Cue the misogynistic jokes: A new study claims men really might be better than women with directions.
Single men heading to the bars this weekend might want to take note of this new study.
Those who were poached by their significant other are, essentially, “grass is always greener” types, in that they perceive potential romantic alternatives outside their relationship to be of “higher quality” than the person they’re with.
A bad break-up and sad music go together like peanut butter and chocolate, but why?
Plants have feelings, too. Sort of.
Study: As College Progresses, Students More Likely To Have Sex & Less Likely To Use Condoms When Hooking Up
Between freshman and senior year, sex during a hookup becomes nearly twice as likely, while condom use drops about 40% between freshman and sophomore year.
Diamonds might last forever, but spending a lot on one doesn’t mean your marriage will.
Whether it’s psychology or art history, you learn better when you’re curious about something — anything — before hitting the books.
It’s a sign of the times, stories of sexual misbehavior by seemingly a whole generation of young people. The good news is, say two local researchers, that it’s largely not true.
The Rutgers study reveals that four-month-old babies can be trained to recognize sounds and improve their ability to develop language at an earlier age.
The stereotypical image of the “sugar daddy,” an older male paired with a beautiful young woman, might actually be more realistic than you think – at least if men had it their way.
New research suggests delaying middle school might help girls remain free of body image issues until at least slightly later in life.
It might turn your teeth blue, but it turns out red wine actually prevents cavities.
According to new research out of Australia’s University of Sydney, some dogs are actually more of the glass half-empty type.
Let’s face it: Sitting all day is terrible for you.