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The survey, which asked respondents what the top five ‘marriage material’ characteristics were, showed the differing views between the sexes.
Fewer workers these days are dreaming of a fantastic trip away from the office as more of them are leaving unused vacation days on the...
Happy wife, happy life? Not anymore -- a new study suggests it’s an attractive wife that leads to a satisfying marriage.
There's no project too big for The Property Brothers, and now they're bringing their expertise to the south!
Research from Brigham Young University suggests that the trend in sharing ‘food porn’ on social media sites can make it less enjoyable to eat.
Prior research has shown how not getting enough sleep can impact your weight, but a new study finds the consistency of your bedtime and wake time can also influence body fat.
Research suggests that touch - even with something inanimate like a teddy - may help people confront mortality.
Coffee is good for you, a new study says. Wait, no, coffee is actually not that good for you, a newer study says. It seems like research...
One reason to take a real lunch break: a new poll finds that people who regularly eat at their desks consume more calories and snacks than those who dine out.
Americans will have to spend just less than $50 on a Thanksgiving feast for 10 people this year, as the estimated average cost of the meal fell 44 cents from last year’s high of $49.48.
Researchers found that trips to the hairdressers, grooming products and styling accessories will set a woman back around £37 a month.
Against the Cinderella culture, a Catholic high school in Kentucky has a blunt message for young girls. “You’re not a princess,” Mercy...
Because we're sick of all those ''What Straight Guys Really Think of Your Clothes'' articles.
The report showed that Brits take selfies to make friends envious, with almost a quarter (24 per cent) posting selfies to social networks to show off.
The relentless drudgery of working nine 'til five is a common gripe all over the world, but according to a survey by recruitment website...
Its soup may be Mmm Mmm Good, but Americans' shift toward fresh foods is kicking Campbell's right in the can. The company said on...
A study by the University of Padova in Italy reveals workaholism is detrimental to not only health but also performance.
Today's kids can't keep up with their parents. An analysis of studies on millions of children around the world finds they don't run as fast or as far as their parents did when they were young.
The majority of mothers and fathers believe snooping is 'necessary' to keep tabs on who their children engage with online.
The economy may be improving, but Americans are spending less time relaxing.
Call it the mommy penalty versus the daddy bonus. A new government report finds that women with children under 18 earn less than women...
Teens who stay up late on school nights -- whether it be due to homework, chatting online with friends or late sports practices -- may experience more academic and emotional problems than their peers who are earlier to bed, a new study suggests.
Researchers tested whether men with wider faces like Simon Cowell, pictured right, and Colin Firth were were attractive as short or long term partners.
Feeling happy? Go ahead and smile — but know that you may be telling others more about yourself than you think. The meaning of a smile...