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A study published by the University of Virginia's National Marriage Project has found that marrying later in life is financially beneficial for women, but not for men.
For demand for super high heels soars when the economy is strong, but changes to lower, more sensible shoes when things are tough, says leading online fashion retailer Very.co.uk.
A father who has worked from home concludes that the difficulty of making jobs parent friendly isn’t the workplace, it’s work.
At a growing number of companies across the country, sleeping on the job is considered a good thing.
GEE I could work all the Time!? Getin Paid to sleep; what will they think of next;... ah... no that's all right!
Distracted parenting is a hot topic lately. Some experts are linking the rise in smartphone ownership with a spike in emergency room visits for kids under 5.
George at Asda's say their new £18 Wonderfit jeans increase and decrease with you as you lose or gain weight. Each pair spans three sizes while still fitting like a second skin, they say.
Popular dating website Match.com has released results for its Singles in America survey series and revealed some surprising new trends in how we pursue love.
Also found to be unpopular were so-called 'game inviters', those who post cryptic status updates and people who overshare.
More than a third of women have deliberately got up before their new boyfriend and secretly applied make-up before he wakes up.
At 45, women are more stylish and confident than ever before according to a new survey. By contrast, 40 per cent of under 25s have 'no idea' what to wear.
They're the three little words every girl is apparently dying to hear - but we we take longer to say them for the first time in a relationship than our boyfriends do.
A new study reveals that today's men are more involved than ever before, shattering the old male stereotype of 'let me know what time it is and I'll be there'.
A British survey has found that the average adult smiles about seven times a day -- including one smile that' even they know is totally fake. What's that all about?
New research has found that men change their hair once every six years while women go for the chop at least once a year.
Remember back in your freshest youth when who's holding who's hand at the dance seemed like the most important thing in the world? Well, your overly dramatic emotions may have been on to something.
The poll of 2,000 Brits found that British men fork out an average of £46.79 on treatments including haircuts, back and pubic hair waxing, and even facials.
Seventy-eight percent of dads say moms shouldn't work full-time.
Research revealed millions of families now retire to the sofa to enjoy their meal. More than one third of us regularly eat meals in front of the box without making any conversation.
We battled this in our family! I don't think we have it completely solved :)
Editor’s note: A married father of two, Robert Duffer edits the Dads & Families section of the Good Men Project. His writings have appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Public Radio, Time Out Chicago and other favorites like Giftware News.
Hot Wheels hasn’t seen growth in the U.S. for three years, and according to one Mattel executive, it is because moms don’t know how to play toy cars with their sons.
Are you more of a "warmly" person? Or does "best" better suit your style?
An annual survey of 20,000 brides who married within the past year shows the average...
And only after they've had eight hours of uninterrupted sleep this Sunday, mums would love nothing more than to spend some quality time with the family, according to a new poll.
The women of Britain are waging a never-ending war with dirty floors, dust mites, grubby walls and unplumped pillows, spending 12,896 hours during their lifetime scrubbing the house.
by Gena Kaufman