Commitment and monogamy

Here's 'Why can't a woman be more like a man?' in regard to STEM career

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 3 (ANI): A new research has spoken about why we sometimes restrain ourselves from singing the lyric, 'Why can't a woman be more like a man?' from the musical 'My Fair Lady.'

Men don't enjoy debauchery in bachelor party: Study

London [UK], Nov. 6 (ANI): Though we feel debauchery is a part and parcel of modern stag dos, study finds that men don't actually enjoy it.

Marriage attitudes, risky sexual behaviours across ethnic groups are linked

Washington D.C. [USA], Oct. 19 (ANI): A study says that risky sexual behaviours among adolescents and young adults have long been a major public health concern, due to their prevalence and negative consequences for health.

Stressed marriage could result in your waist expanding: Study

Washington D.C. [US], Oct. 14 (ANI): A recent research carried out at the University of Michigan examined how the negative quality of marriage can be a contributing factor to weight gain, possibly leading to obesity, when couples are stressed.

Being sole breadwinner deteriorate men's health, benefits women

Washington D.C., Aug. 19 (ANI): Being the primary breadwinner in the family is bad for men's health, but gives women a boost, says a study.

Why some people protect their partner's shortcomings while some don't

Washington D.C, Jul 23 : You may know that your partner lacks in some areas when you compare with other people, however, while some people defend their partner’s shortcomings, some don’t, and a study now explains why.

We're not broken, just bent and we can learn to love again!

Washington D.C, Jul 21 : Couples in long-term relationships often find it difficult to keep the sexual spark alive, but according to a recent study, there are ways with which they can relight their fire.

When in relationship, opposites do not attract, claims new study

Washington, Jul 15 (ANI): Turns out, relationship status affects who and what you find attractive as a new study has found that if you are in love, you are more likely to be attracted to someone like you, but for single people, opposites attract.

Science has an answer for loyalty in relationships

Washington DC, June 7 (ANI): Science has an answer as to why couples stay committed to their partners even when they meet more attractive people in their lifetime.

Today's big boys 'do' cry, more than their fathers

London, Mar 21 (ANI): Once renowned for their stiff upper lip and steadfast courage in the world, modern British men no longer hold the status, suggests a recent study.

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