Do you trust all of your friends? If not, then those without your trust really aren’t your buds, new research on chimps suggests.
Sometimes love can lose its luster, and couples can drop sex down a few notches on the priority list. But it turns out all these jaded lovers might need is a stay at a hotel.
Focusing exclusively on work is bad in many ways, from mental illness to alienation from your family.
Why eat when you can love? That appears to be the decision of many wild birds that choose loyalty to mates over food.
What's considered the "normal" amount of time for sex to take place? Can it ever be too long? It turns out that what's considered average duration has varied over time.
Birds have relationship drama much like people do, new research finds.
If there's one measure of sexiness that people all over the world seem to agree upon, it's facial symmetry, that balanced, non-lopsided look that makes certain people stand out.
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