A recent study indicates that the concept of right-brain and left-brain thinking may be little more than a myth.
Researchers at Chapman University in Orange, Calif. have found that, despite the ever-evolving nature of gender relations in the United States, men are still by and large expected to pay for first dates with a woman.
A new study has found a connection between social isolation and a tendency to take risks with money.
Researchers at Brigham Young University have discovered that babies as young as five months old are able to interpret one another’s moods.
Many members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints fast as a way to grow closer to God, but Utah medical researchers want to know whether the practice is also reducing their risk of diabetes and heart disease.
Researchers have learned that female members of corporate boards are more open with their opinions, and ultimately make better decisions than their male counterparts.
According to a new study, many men who visit strip clubs use AOL e-mail accounts.
Teens living in homes with lesbian mothers are proving to be more successful in school and generally happier in life.
A new study suggests that men and women who break free of gender stereotypes in the bedroom will have better sex lives than those who do not.
New research suggests that there is a link between the use of indoor tanning beds and an estimated 170,000 documented cases of skin cancer – annually.