According to a new study from the University of Alabama, sitting next to a roaring fire actually lowers blood pressure.
A kiss is just a kiss – unless you’re worried about germs. A new study was released Monday that says an intimate kiss is actually loaded with bacteria.
The new study published in JAMA found that people who were already hospitalized were more likely to die from a heart attack than people who had a heart attack outside the hospital.
Single men heading to the bars this weekend might want to take note of this new study.
They’re colorful little packets of laundry detergent: convenient, easy-to-use, but also enticing for children.
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?
A Rutgers University Center will study the impact of Internet gambling in New Jersey.
Plants have feelings, too. Sort of.
According to a study by researchers at Columbia University, chocolate may help your memory.
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.
Scientists have long known that your DNA influences how much java you consume. Now a huge study has identified some genes that may play a role.
Whether it’s psychology or art history, you learn better when you’re curious about something — anything — before hitting the books.
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.