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Getting over romantic rejection might be akin to kicking an addiction, new research on the brain suggests.
Despite their blasé demeanors, young men are more affected by the ups and downs of romantic relationships than their girlfriends, a new study suggests.
The so-called love hormone, oxytocin, may spur defensive aggression against outsiders to protect an individual's social group.
In one of the more bizarre homages to Jane Austen, biologists have named a protein in mice urine after her famed character Mr. Darcy from the novel "Pride and Prejudice."
A new test can separate healthy sperm from sperm with damaged DNA with 99-percent accuracy, upping chances of successful IVF procedures.
Parents view their own teens as lacking sexual desire, while thinking their peers as sexually active.
A study shows that a good-looking significant other will cause other potential mates to find you more desirable.
This Valentines Day, technology will allow couples to express their feelings for each other in more ways than ever before – but that's not necessarily a good thing.