The stereotype that women talk more than men has been declared old and busted by a new study that examined just which gender was doing all of the blabbing. Trace has the study's conclusion, which you may find worth talking about.
It turns out that not only are we bad AT flirting but we're also terrible at even noticing when we're being flirted WITH. So says a new study that looked at the sad state communication between flirters and flirtees. Trace has the details.
Married couples have a lot more in common, genetically speaking, than was previously thought. How do you find that out? By studying the genomes of 825 married couples, of course!
People who spend more time on social networking sites report more conflict in their relationships and are more likely to break up.
The findings add to the evidence that there's a link between testosterone and heart problems in men.
Kissing is great, but how many people will we kiss until we find "the one"? New research says for women, it's 15 men. But what about for men? Join Anthony as he walks you through new data on the average romantic life for men and women.
"Uptalk" is finishing sentences with a rising intonation, often indicating a question or uncertainty. Both men and women do it, but women are more guilty of it even when they're correct or asserting themselves!
In the U.S., women live 5 to 10 years longer than men. Are men doing something wrong, or are women really the superior sex? Laci explains this life expectancy discrepancy.
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