Thursday, May 23, 2013
Less-stressed women are more attractive to men: Study
Researchers found that women who have higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol are rated as having less attractive faces by men than their more relaxed counterparts.
Canadians spill on first date dos and don'ts
Exercise can boost mood, self-esteem: Report
Men have harder time reading women's emotions: Study
Spark it up: Maintaining romance is a two-way street
Relationships are not easy. It takes time, effort and understanding for a union of any length to be successful and healthy.
Relationship rehab: When should you throw in the towel?
When we’re in the throes of marriage and relationship woes, many of us will do almost anything to get back on track, including therapy.
When it comes to condoms, size matters
Condoms are once again making headlines in a big way. Bill Gates recently announced he wants to give a $100,000 grant to anyone who can invent the "next generation condom."
'Increased pleasure' condoms a welcome idea - thanks, Bill Gates
Malaysia condom maker mixes business and pleasure
Fabric contraceptive may be as effective as condoms: Study
'Female Viagra' may help women reach orgasm
What's in a sex number?
Sugar daddies and cougars a myth: Study
Low-dose birth control pills may cause pain during orgasm
Is bad sex a reason to break up?
Estrogen revs up a woman's sexual desire: Study
Matchmaker Matthew Hussey helps single women get the guy
Bachelor parties: Every woman's nightmare
Do you follow the rules for a one-night stand?
3D Kama Sutra lets users 'get closer to the action'
Want a sugar daddy? Vancouver top city to find one, site says
Having more sex than peers makes people happy: Study
Bisexual men more sexually jealous when dating women: Study
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