Researchers concluded that eye freckles are more frequently found in people with higher lifetime exposure to sunlight.
A new study shows that people tend to look at the different parts of the body, depending on whether they're interested in romance or friendship.
A new study finds that people are hard wired to turn their heads to the right when leaning in for a kiss, and men are more likely than women to initiate.
New research shows that while sexy ads can indeed create media attention and online buzz, that doesn’t necessarily translate into customers buying the product.
The researchers in a recent study concluded that this is the “first empirical data that heterosexual women select partners who resemble their brothers.”
To test these establishments' practices, researchers posed as teenagers and phoned tanning salons in the states that have banned indoor tanning to minors.
Researchers from the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice have found that affluent people tend to have higher rates of cancer.
If you’re forcing yourself to eat whole wheat bread because it’s healthier, we may have some good news for you. According to research published in the journal Cell Metabolism, investigators from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel found that people have varied reactions in blood sugar levels when consuming white and whole wheat bread. In fact, out of the 20 study participants, nearly half were shown to have a better glycemic response to the processed white flour while the other half of the volunteers had a healthier response to the whole wheat sourdough.
Researchers have discovered that one specific type of cancer is “remarkably more dependent” on sugar for its energy supply, as compared with other cancers.
Two types of skin cancer are on the rise. Over a 10-year period, the number of diagnoses of two nonmelanoma skin cancers has increased at an alarming rate.
According to a new study published in the journal “Psychonomic Bulletin & Review,” people who smile are perceived as two years older than their actual age.
Putting babies in front of iPads before the age of two stunts speech development, a new study suggests. In Britain children under the age of three spend an average of 44 minutes a day using smartphones and tablets but it is the first time researchers have shown it can impact language skills. Researchers from the University of Toronto and The Hospital For Sick Children in Toronto found that every 30 minutes of screen time increased the risk of delayed speech by 49 per cent.
Nope, it's not your imagination that store mannequins are unrealistically skinny — a new study has concluded that average ones are about the size of severely underweight women.
Restaurant servers tend to provide better service to formally dressed patrons when compared with casually dressed customers, according to a study.
Individuals with a slender jaw and a convex facial profile are more likely to be left-handed, according to a new study.
Removing a condom during sex - known as stealthing - transforms a consensual act into a non-consensual one. It's a little-discussed form of gender violence, but that is all changing thanks to a new study into the phenomenon, published last week. When a man removes a condom during sex - often unbeknownst to his partner, be they man or woman - he is opening them up to the risk of pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
Women ages 16 to 25 spend more than five hours a week taking selfies. That could be because each time, it takes seven snaps to get the perfect one.
Households with furry pets may be more likely to have babies with higher levels of healthy gut bacteria linked to decreased risks of allergies and obesity.
As a whole, movie villains have a certain look: They’re usually not as good-looking as the movie’s hero, and have certain physical features that make them seem more evil than other characters. Scientists say villains have certain facial features in common, such as dark under-eye circles and wrinkles. For the study, researchers took a look at the all-time top 10 film heroes and villains from the American Film Institute’s 100 Greatest Heroes and Villains List.
Overwhelmed by "sale fatigue," a full 45 percent of women must see a markdown of 41 percent or higher to even enter a store, one study found.