Sex and alcohol both make us feel good, but one of them is a bit of a liar in the long run. Trace explains which is the deceiver, and what each does to couples' communication skills.
A contraception intended to last 16 years can be regulated by remote control.
Alan Alda's play brings Einstein's love life to the stage: It was messy, complicated, and sometimes ethically questionable.
Some soccer teams are banning their players from having sex while they are competing in the World Cup. Laci Green and Sourcefed's Steve Zaragoza have the skinny on how abstinence affects athletes.
Humans secrete a ton of different chemicals, and some of them can influence other people's behavior. Join Tara as she discusses pheromones, and how humans are able to smell who they're attracted to.
A new study claims that the larger you are, the more likely your wife might be unfaithful.
Celebrities and common folk alike report having sex with ghosts, demons, and fairies. Continue reading →
Parents of newborn babies are often woken up in the middle of the night by an infant crying. Conventional wisdom says they do this because they're hungry or need to be changed. But do they really just want to keep mom from having another child?
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