Science offers tips for snagging, and keeping, a woman.
The approach of Valentine's Day generates more meaningless articles and borderline news than any other holiday.
Both men and women are able to gauge a man’s interest in a woman, but are equally baffled when it comes to figuring out if a woman is interested in a man.
The woman who gave birth to octuplets last week already had six children, bringing her brood to a whopping 14.
A new study finds that the brains of hormonal women respond to men with overtly masculine facial features.
Extended courtships allow females to screen for potential providers, while males can prove they're suitable.
Even updated, "The Joy of Sex" is by no means a scientific treatise: its most popular section will likely remain "Main Courses."
Experiences of selflessness, a core aspect of spirituality, may be the product of reduced activity in a specific brain region.
Is it the face, body, personality or promises? The evolutionary psychologists have an answer but is it right?
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