The University of Cincinnati conducted a study on how looks relate to health. Researchers followed 15,000 American men and women from the age of 10 till they were 24 to 35 (now that's dedication). They tracked both their physical and mental health. The connection between attractiveness and better health was and remains astounding. The best-looking candidates were least likely to be troubled with ADHD, depression, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, asthma and tinnitus. These findings were published in the Journal of Evolution & Human Behavior.
Every week, we round up the best celebrity beauty looks we spotted on Pinterest. From date night beauty inspiration to looking casually cute, we've got your beauty needs covered.
Every week (starting now!), we will round up the best celebrity beauty looks we spotted on Pinterest.
They say looks don’t matter, but when it comes down to it, scientific research tells a different story. Your appearance can have a big impact on your career from helping you to land a job to improving your employee evaluations and promotion potential. Looking great matters in your 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond. Of course, as you age looking and feeling your best does get more difficult, but with a little help and some anti-aging treatments you can continue to receive the career boosting benefits of attractiveness. WHAT IMPACT DO LOOKS HAVE ON CAREERS?
Thanks to an area in your brain, a particular region has been linked to your romantic choices.
Will he make a good father? Can you count on him? Is he good in bed? To answer these questions and more, find out what you may be able to tell about a man just by looking at him.
Like it or not, first impressions do matter. Second and third impressions do too — especially in the dating world. Admit it, you want to be wanted and liked by your suitor. We all do! No man or woman wants to be told they're not the best choice or the most favorable candidate for love. The trouble is that our desire to be liked often drives us to be someone other than ourselves.
The sun is out, the hopes are high and the suitcases are full: It's time for a sexy (and long-awaited) vacation. But nothing taints looking irresistible on your trip quite like realizing you completely forgot the necessary tools for a romantic getaway, so be sure to use this as a checklist.
iDreamofU allows you to "build your own Christian Grey" (their lingo, not ours), choosing which features — facial shape, eye color, the works — you find most attractive, and then matching you with a real, live individual who looks like the dream guy you've created.
Sure, outdoor shows this time of year are amazing, but the combination of the heat and humidity and people not taking care of themselves usually results in more than a few in the medical tent on the premises missing all the great music.
When asked which of their features women like least in our "Irresistible You" survey, by far the most common answer was "legs," with almost one-fifth of ladies claiming they don't like theirs. What a pity: There are many easy ways to get gorgeous gams, some of which we'll tell you about in a minute!
Looks like eyes really are the windows to the soul! When we asked which of their body parts women like best in our "Irresistible You" survey, a full 40 percent answered "eyes."
Men. The word alone evokes emotions of love, hate, annoyance, frustration and more. And why shouldn't it? In my experience, they're pretty much the hardest gender to get along with.
The latest winner of Zimbabwe's Mr. Ugly pageant has ambitions of fame and fortune. But, so far, he remains a simple market porter.