In the Facebook era, the word "friend" has certainly gained an expanded definition. But, it turns out that in real life "you can't have too many" doesn't always apply to friendships.
How many people do you consider friends, even though you've never met them in person? More than zero, right? Such is life in the Internet age! But can such digital relationships be as satisfying as those we have with our more corporeal pals?
Science has trained its steely eyes on our gift-giving skills and finds them lacking. Even when we know people well, it seems we're still doing it wrong when it comes to buying them the right stuff.
People unsuspectingly choose friends who share parts of the same DNA, a new genetic analysis finds.
Friendship might be just a spritz away, as a new study describes a remarkable spray that promotes bonding between individuals.
Many unlikely bonds have formed between animals that normally have nothing to do with each other.
Isaac Lamb and Amy Frankel were engaged in front of 60 of their close friends. Almost 14 million YouTube views later, we find out how he pulled it off.