Once again Denmark comes out on top as being home to the happiest people in the world. According to new research, the reason behind their happiness has to do with their genetics. They have a certain version of a gene that influences brain levels of the mood chemical serotonin. But if your DNA is far from being Danish, don't worry — there's still hope. Try these 10 easy things that have been scientifically proven to make you happier.
From what gets you noticed online to what may be harming your relationship, here's how makeup is controlling your relationship.
All women need them but some women love them a little more, and according to a new study we now know why.
Turns out, the commercials weren't lying.
A new study revealed that people would give up sex for a month to avoid haggling over the price of a car. What other things are triggering "not tonight, honey" excuses from both men and women? We count down some of the better-than-sex activities.
A group of scientists from the University of Arkansas recently teamed up to experiment how our sense of smell can sway our political bias, including our opinions of same-sex marriage. That sounds legitimately interesting enough, right? But what they discovered was pretty disgusting (and I'm not talking about the stink).
A new study of newlyweds found that the satisfaction within a relationship is greatly dependent upon this unexpected thing.
Okay, first off, did you know that 'young love' technically encompasses loving relationships from ages 18-30? Well you do now. And did you also know that according to a new scientific study that the feeling of being in love is actually a 'measurable psychological occurrence'? Combine these two, and you've got a cure for neuroticism.
We've discovered why you think you are in love after a drunken hook up, but you never hear from your man again, and it's all thanks to science … and a few tipsy prairie voles.
Can you lure someone in with the sound of your voice? A recent study asked 20 men and 20 women to give samples of their normal voices and then manipulate them into what they deemed sexy. The results were a big fat "yay" for the ladies, and "nay" for men.
It might not seem like a huge deal, but it can actually have some pretty damaging side effects.
Might be time to add two more to your reservation. According new study, double dating could be a fast way to save your relationship.
A study published by Families, Systems, and Health journal followed 2,300 young adults in the Midwest and discovered men are 25 percent more likely to be overweight after marriage, compared to single men or even those in relationships. Find out what unhealthy choice married men are making.
This might just be the most bizarre study ever conducted, and also one of the most interesting: conducted by the Research Center for Marketing and Consumer Science at Belgian University K.U. Leuven, the study is called, "What a feeling! Touching sexually laden stimuli makes women seek rewards."