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Some men might express an interest in fashion but according to research most would prefer their partner to dress them.
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If you're a cappuccino drinker, you're probably creative, and if you take your coffee black, you're likely very straightforward
A study by the University of Maryland into men and women in their 60s, 70s and 80s found that being active at least three times a week stopped the brain from shrinking.
Ronald McDonald is going chic. Or, at least he's trying to. The famous McDonald's icon, widely known for his wild red hair, yellow jumpsuit and floppy shoes, has hired a theatrical stylist -- really -- who
Researchers from New York University examined data collected from 395 newlyweds, and found that at the 30 month mark couples no longer felt as passionate.
New technique for prolonging fertility may help women trying to get ahead in the workplace, as well as for those waiting for the right partner
Researchers at the University of Richmond and the University of Minnesota found people who are told obesity is a disease place less importance on dieting.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport survey asked 40,000 people about their participation in arts and sports before ranking leisure activities in terms of their effect on well-being.
Working late means women are averaging six hours, 54 minutes sleep per night, when the recommended length should be seven hours and 55 minutes.
After three decades of slow growth, middle-class incomes in the U.S. appear to trail those of Canada. Poor Americans now make less than the poor in several other countries.
A wonderful GIF showing the top girl names in each state created by Reuben Fischer-Baum.
Americans in every age group are smartphoners. According to new stats reported today by Nielsen, the age group threshold was crossed in the first quarter.
As the U.S. economy improves, more high school graduates are choosing work over college. Just under 66 percent of the class of 2013 was enrolled in college last fall, the lowest share of new gradua...
Modern day success symbols include a high-powered car, designer watch and swimming pool in the garden, replacing a car phone, dishwasher and private schools which were popular in the 80s.
More and more companies are starting or expanding wellness programs that aim to reduce their medical costs by improving their employees' health.
Income inequality is greatest in Atlanta, New Orleans and Miami
PHOENIX, Ariz. (KPNX) - Call them underwear, knickers, or drawers...when it comes to the tighties down under. Men tend to hold on to them a little longer.
Thanks to the suggestion of a 10-year-old girl who is tired of being stuck behind slow walkers, a British mall has added a "fast lane"...
Sugar not only makes you fat, it may be killing you.
An elaborate new survey by a team of academics has ranked America's biggest cities by their love of humour - and found that Chicago is a metropolis full of laughter.
The compilation also offers advice on the dubious habits of drinking Malibu and writing with a Biro, or wearing coloured trousers, and pre-tied bow ties.
Explore+Discover, located in Manhattan's affluent Gramercy Park neighborhood, has eight classrooms and a recreational area, catering for roughly 80 babies.
For most people, exercising close to bedtime doesn't appear to adversely affect sleep quality.
Have you ever unfriended someone on Facebook? A new study attempts to show the types of people most likely to be unfriended.
According to a new study, 176 million users open apps more than 60 times per day.
I’m not a morning person, so I appreciate living in New York. The workday here starts later than in any other American city, and about half an hour later than in the U.S. as a whole. A decade or so...