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A study by the University of Wisconsin, Madison, found that people prefer to use the phone or face-to-face communication when they have bad news to share with their friends.
York researchers created 'guide' images showing the three factors we use to create first impressions - Approachability (pictured), dominance and youthful-attractiveness.
Wives who were better educated than their spouses used to be at greater risk of getting divorced, but the trend is becoming increasingly outdated.
More than half of women (58 per cent) will remove pictures taken by their husbands or boyfriends to make sure only the most flattering pictures survive.
The play date has become as much a part of childhood as homework and sleepovers, with parents happy to arrange a set time when their...
NEW YORK (AP) — Red Lobster wants to be seen as a purveyor of quality seafood, so it's getting rid of some of its promotional discounts and stackin
It has been a circus prop, a toy and a 1950s fad, and now the hula hoop is making a comeback as a workout tool that fitness experts say provides an effective cardio and even meditative workout.
Most Americans think people are too focused on fashion, yet a majority says how they dress is an important part of who they are, according to a survey released on Monday.
The HARKEN device, developed at the Biomechanics Institute in Valencia, Spain measures hart rate and breathing to tell if drivers are sleepy.
Tennis stars such as Maria Sharapova (pictured) who grunt during matches could be giving themselves an advantage, claims the University of Nebraska.
Canine digestive systems are not equipped to handle the same food as humans - but thousands of people continue to feed their dogs scraps from the table.
Parents of young children are panicking more than ever about whether they are feeding their children the right food, writes ANNE SHOOTER.
Like his mother the Duchess of Cambridge, anything Prince George wears sells out instantly - most recently a pair of Petit Bateau dungarees.
Researchers say that if both sexes had access to the same levels of education, they’d expect women to do best on tests of memory – and men to excel at maths.
Financial contributions are considered useful because most brides and grooms don't need 'start up' presents. Many write poems in invitations asking for money.
Despite efforts to stay relevant, Barbie's popularity is on the decline: Mattel has reported a 15per cent drop in sales for the blonde doll in the latest quarter.
There’s a man across the room with big eyes and a warm smile. In an instant, we decide that not only is he hot, but he also seems...
A good rule of thumb for internet denizens: if an online service is offered to you for free, then you are the product. At the very least, you're a data point, and, therefore, a test subject.
Even before they are born, babies are learning from experience, especially if it’s directly related to their moms, new research is shows....
Scientists are studying Toxoplasma gondii, a parasite common in cat feces, for the development of a cancer vaccine.
Children from religious backgrounds have a tougher time telling fact from fiction, a new study published in July’s Cognitive Science finds.
A study of 2,000 people, by Spire Bristol Hospital, assessed attitudes to health and found the average person had a health wake-up call by the age of 36.
Research published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found umami - known as the fifth basic sense of taste - helps us feel fuller sooner.
Harvard researchers say that despite its low happiness score, areas such as New York still attract people because of its job prospect.
Economist Daniel Hamermesh calculates that more attractive people earn an average of $230,000 more in one lifetime.