The winner of a Britain-wide beauty contest sponsored by Lorraine Cosmetics, Colgate has mathematically perfect looks, according to statistics reported by the Daily Mail. Not only is the 18-year-old's visage perfectly symmetrical, but she has the "optimum ratio" between her mouth, eyes, chin, and forehead.
Birth control ain't just for ladies anymore. A form of birth control is now available for men that has shown to be 100 percent effective. All you've got to do is stick a needle in your penis.
I had a good chuckle over Made Man's list of Things Science Says Women Love. Apparently we are all suckers for homosexual men who look like our dads and don't smile. Thanks, science! Oh, the image I'm conjuring right now is unsettling. Anyhow … I felt inspired to roundup a few of the things science says men love.
Your profiles match. You've moved slowly into a promising online friendship. And now it's time to bring a book and rose to the coffee shop for your first official date. These five scientific tips from the book Brain Trust can help it go smoothly.
It's no secret that the male gender is a bunch of bumbling idiots when it comes to us ladies. Look at us! Our hips, our breasts, the way we smell, the softness of skin (which is completely natural and in no way attributed to mounds of moisturizer) and of course, just the fact that we are the fairer (read: superior) of the genders — we're the complete package.
Someone once told me, "Lower your expectations of others and you'll be a much happier person." Well that may be true, but it's not part of my makeup. I'm forever hopeful that others will care about and act on the things that I care about. We all have missions we're on and have something we wish to share with others. I thought I'd share with you some of what I'm doing to change the world... at least what I hope to change. Frogs Are Green
Well first let's define Booty Call. According to Urbandictionary.com definition numero 2. (The explanation our relationship coaches liked most) breaks it down pretty clear: Booty Call: (noun) a phonecall, page,or conversation aimed at getting into your pants. Not an invite to a movie or dinner, not just coffee, not a casual or formal get-together, just a plain old-fashioned “let’s fuck”
Have you ever wondered why we're always told that two is better than one? Why dancing is more fun when you have partner to get down with? Well, contemplate those deep thoughts no longer; the plain-tailed wren of Ecuador are about to answer your burning questions.
As I wrote about last week, there's something fundamentally attractive about the so-called chase. If someone seems unattainable, our desire for them goes into overdrive. And now this fact is scientifically proven, thanks to new research.
We've all been in situations where we get the feeling that something isn't quite right. You adjust your decisions, and, for example, take an alternate route to that important meeting. Instinct, gut feeling, perception, or sixth sense ... whatever you call it, every one of us has had moments when a feeling has been proved accurate, whether it was intuitive talent or lucky coincidence. But is your sixth sense is only an "acquisition of wisdom devoid of using rational reasoning and logic?" Maybe not!
The chance that a woman with breast cancer actually avoided death because of screening mammography is lower than previously thought — likely to be below 10 percent, according to a report published by Archives of Internal Medicine.
Both men and women like the pleasure that orgasms bring — but only male orgasms are actually "necessary." At least that's what science says — because only male orgasms are needed to make a baby. Ah, science. Science has clearly never had sex.
According to an article in New York magazine, over the last decade the number of women having babies over the age of 50 has doubled. Plus, 25 percent of parents who adopt are over 45. Is this unnatural and unfair to children, or an extension of the women's liberation movement?
Author and researcher Sheril Kirshenbaum says there's a science behind K-I-S-S-I-N-G.
If you thought it was sexist to assume that girls aren't good at science, maybe you should think again. A recent study in the journal Hormones and Behavior found that genetics play a key role in the career choices we make.