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Our new infographic shows what couples are actually doing together in the car.
If you're in a relationship, chances are you'll be taking a road trip this summer—so you'll want to read what we've learned from our survey! For the second time, we've joined up with Ford to ask 1,000 people about traveling with their significant others.
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In celebration of National Singles Week, Chemistry.com releases a new online dating study.
Online dating is a lot like a job in sales. Only rather than convincing potential customers to purchase a product, you're persuading them to invest their time in getting to know you. The reward? A few dates and, if you're lucky, a serious relationship.
A new survey found that many people are still hesitant to date someone outside of their own race.
A recent survey conducted by online dating site OurTime.com found that 42 percent of adults would not date somebody outside of their race. Within that statistic, respondents age 55 and up tended to lean more toward those of their own race, at a whopping 54 percent, compared to those between 18 to 34 at only 33 percent.
"Semen is known to contain such 'mood-altering chemicals' as estrone and oxytocin," say researchers.
With all of the chemical antidepressants out there trying to force us into better moods, it seems nature had a powerful one for us all along: semen. A new study shows the man-goo can have a positive effect on a woman's mental health.
A new survey reveals interesting statistics about how many of us would forgive a cheater.
Though many people wouldn't forgive a partner for cheating under any circumstances, many of us, for various reasons, would at least begin to go in that direction. Many experts, including those on YourTango, have helpful advice on how to move toward reconciliation, and how to understand why cheating occurs.