A recent sweep up of 80 mobsters has created a unique business opportunity, online dating. A number of women could be without husbands for a while. They may need to be able to find a good fella. And who doesn't love niche dating?
A recent study links trauma (specifically family death) in the first trimester as a contributor to schizophrenia. Great, one more thing totally out of their hands that pregnant women have to worry about. Thanks for nothing, science.
The CEO of Match.com sees the current state of online dating as only the beginning. Right now only about 3 million of 92 million Americans currently pay for online dating and that is the highest penetration on Earth.
A study in Australia recently confirmed what most of us already knew: pregnant women forget stuff. Generally speaking, the fall off is small. But it is most significant in new or difficult tasks. Good to know. But didn't we already know this?
Hollywood hunk Colin Farrell is scheduled to be his gay brother's best men in his forthcoming wedding. The actor's bad boy image has softened a little over the last year.
The captain of the Pakistani national cricket team, Shaoib Malik, is claiming that he was never married. A Muslim Indian family is claiming that he married their daughter in 2002 over the phone. We're pretty sure that being married is a little like being pregnant, there's no such thing as a little bit. It will be interesting to see how this one plays out.
A study conducted by the Smell & Taste Treatment and Research Foundation found a link between preference of Mexican food and personality traits. What's more is that they also found a link between the food preference and relationship compatibility. So, are you a Taco Ted or a Burrito Bill? The answer could mean a lot.
Despite being inundated with sexual media, we really have a lot to learn about human sexuality. And not just Joe and Jane SixPack. Scientists are still learning new things everyday about the chemistry, biology, and physiology of the sexuality. Particularly the female orgasm.
It looks like the British government is ready to get serious about unplanned pregnancies. While their rate of teen pregnancy is in decline, it is still a drag to the economy and families. The first step is a $20 million campaign to educate doctors about the alternatives to the pill. More to come.
Based on the results of a survey sponsored by a male grooming product, men are taking longer than ever to get ready for a night out. And women are starting to cut back on their ready time. Are the metrosexuals taking over? Is there a natural beauty movement? Does it matter?