Science of Sex
A surprising number of people who married in recent years met on social media such as Facebook, and those people tend to be more satisfied than those who met in other ways.
How you feel about something can affect your perception of it, with real-world consequences. Here are some of the ways our emotions inform our senses -- and the other way around.
As goes pop culture, so goes reality. People really do have rebound or revenge sex in order to ease the pain of breakups, psychologists find.
Both candy and water taste sweeter when people think about love. But fortunately, jealousy doesn't make things taste more bitter, a finding that shows the limitations of metaphor.
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