A new survey reveals women’s expectations when doing the deed.
Hint: It’s not what you’re wearing!
Trust us—science says so.
“Thomas had a healthy crop of black hair, thick eyelashes, and a smile that made me look away and blush. He was also in the fourth grade.”
Finland has taken a unique approach to bullying in schools, and we could be next.
The exact reason you click with some people and not with others.
You may have the best of intentions, but you need to check yourself before uttering any of these sentences.
Nearly half of all separated couples give it another go. Science has an explanation—and with the right mindset, reuniting may not be such a bad idea, after all.
Here’s how one schoolteacher takes time each week to look out for the lonely.
Studies have shown that having sex more often is beneficial to your health, and eating vitamin and protein-rich foods can easily boost your libido. Find out the eight best aphrodisiacs.
The only good time for love to hurt is when it’s funny enough to split your sides. Make your sweetheart giggle on February 14 with these real-life hilarious Valentine’s Day stories.
All the songs are right: Lasting love may really be the best medicine, after all.
Is your libido out-of-whack with your spouse’s? Our experts share three fixes for a low sex drive.
Simply put, bullying is a systematic, repetitive abuse of power. But even experts are sometimes surprised by how it manifests. Here’s how to stop it once and for all.
Never struggle to make small talk again.
Get ready to reminisce about that deliciously awkward moment when your lips first touched someone else’s.
Good news! Sex doesn’t just feel great, it’s also good for you. As if you needed an excuse, here are seven healthy reasons to grab your partner and head for the bedroom.
Yes, it’s true! A professional astrologer says so.
What really makes a psychopath? Pop culture has hammered a certain image in our heads, but science may have a better idea, at least when it comes to booze.
Hint: It’s not your eyes, nose or mouth.