These findings may make the independent singletons among us bristle: Why does marital status have such a dramatic effect on physical longevity?
Married people survive heart surgery with more success than singles. Should you change your last name when you get hitched? What should Kim Kardashian do to make her marriage a success? What if his (or her!) mom is not a fan of you? Women find commuting more stressful than men. Facebook finally lets you approve tagged pics before they go up (oh, thank God!) And, how psychics may be the new matchmakers.
When people are struggling financially it's safe to say there are more important things to spend money on than a big diamond, but many women have at least some expectations for their engagement rings.
Maybe the 80 percent that still have their priorities in order can shake some sense into those poor, confused Facebook stalkers.
When it comes to relationships, straight people in marriages and gays in long-term, intimate cohabitation partnerships may pick up unhealthy habits from their significant others, U.S. researchers say.
Do people who use sex toys really have wilder sex than couples who keep it simple? They may, but contrary to most everything you've ever read about sex, men need more than lots of skin-on-skin to stay in a relationship. Turns out guys are falling in love quicker than girls are these days, and they're looking for wives and girlfriends who support their softer side. Well maybe unless you live in one of America's 10 most promiscuous cities, where they undoubtedly like it rough.
Tying the knot or getting divorced could make your waistline grow. A recent study found that women have a tendency to gain a few pounds after getting married, while men are likely to do the same after divorce.
A new Northwestern University study has found evidence to support the existence of bisexual men, a sharp contrast to a 2005 study from the same university that reported opposite results.
Tensions rise and alliances crumble as the grand prize looms nearer. Plus, a Bret Michaels cameo!
Completing a stunning reversal of fortunes for the ex-IMF chief, a Manhattan judge on Tuesday dropped criminal charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Strauss-Kahn made his first public statement since being charged with sexually assaulting hotel maid Nafissatou Diallo...