What men and women hate about each other

Tuesday, 19 June 2012 17:13
Men and women still have a string of complaints about each other till today, a new survey has revealed. The survey was conducted on 2,000 people by laundry firm Dr Beckmann. “Our research shows the veneer of metrosexuality and ‘new…

Couples sharing bed `happier and healthier`

Tuesday, 12 June 2012 12:05
Partners’ snoring habits might have led some couples to sleep in separate rooms. But researchers have revealed that sharing a bed with a long-term partner, even if your other half snores, could be good for your health. It’s even been…

Lipstick shades relating to food and sex most popular with women

Friday, 08 June 2012 13:33
 It is the name on the bottom of the product and not the colour, the packaging or the smell that draws most women to their favourite lipsticks, according to a new study. And those bearing a moniker relating to food…

Friend from opposite sex may influence our relationship

Saturday, 05 May 2012 22:07
It is normal to have friendships with the opposite sex and despite most people swearing it to be platonic, a new study has suggested almost always there exists an attraction between male and female friends. And, the most common cost…

Online dating scammers want money, not love

Thursday, 29 March 2012 15:40
The incidence of online romance scams is increasing by the day and has already victimized an estimated 230,000 people in Britain alone, costing them nearly $60 billion a year, a study reveals. Online dating scammers pretend to initiate a romantic…

Men who are `mamma’s boys` may have better relationships

Thursday, 22 March 2012 14:47
Author Kate Stone Lombardi in her book ‘The Mama’s Boy Myth’, insisted that the old stereotype that these men are weak and more likely to be gay is not true. In fact, mummy’s boys have a ‘broader definition of masculinity’…

Love her? Then you better love her dog too

Sunday, 19 February 2012 17:48
A new research has found that a woman is more satisfied in her relationship when her partner feels the same about her pet as she does. For men, on the other hand, a woman’s closeness to his pet doesn’t affect…

Divorced, middle-aged women more vulnerable to HIV

Monday, 06 February 2012 19:53
Newly-divorced middle-aged women are more vulnerable to contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, a study reveals. It is because they tend to let their guard down with new sexual partners and avoid using protection since they are unafraid of…

Password sharing comes with less romantic risky realities, warn experts

Friday, 20 January 2012 18:06
Password sharing, which is the latest way to display trust in a teenage relationship, comes with some less romantic risky realities, experts have warned. Passwords are being compared to sex in terms of intimacy and vulnerability, but many experts advise…

1 in 10 have been dumped by text

Wednesday, 18 January 2012 18:48
London, Jan 18: Almost 1 in ten people have been told by their partners that their relationship has ended via text message, a new survey has revealed. While a quarter of those surveyed admitted that they have flirted with someone…