Town & Country sets gender relations back a few decades with its February list of marriageable males.
Teens in violent relationships may become victims of aggression as adults
Dating is all about making snap judgments, and scientists have located where in the brain those decisions are made.
As gender equality rises in any given society, men focus less on seeking mates with youth and beauty and women become less interested in rich, powerful men
Oxytocin focuses our eyes — and our brains — on love. It could help troubled couples as well as autistic people
The tabloids would have you believe that serial marriage — and divorce — is the norm, but the most recent Census figures paint a rosier picture of marriage in America
An icy stare may do more than just chill your heart metaphorically — it can literally change the way you perceive ambient temperature, making a room feel several degrees colder.
What do women want? It’s the age-old question. But a recent study offers men a clue: women are most satisfied when their partner knows they’re upset.
Studies suggesting that the practice of yoga arouses the libido have been cited to explain why so many gurus are embroiled in sex scandals. But is that really what’s going on?
If you want to know if he loves you so, a new study suggests that the secret may not be in his kiss, but in his far less romantic-sounding blood levels of oxytocin.
You’ll feel much worse about forgetting to buy flowers on Valentine’s Day than cutting out of work early, according to a study about what Americans regret most.
Why online dating is great for meeting lots of people, but not necessarily the one you want