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Why do we take selfies, and why does it matter? Research suggests that cultivating our online image (literally) can have both positive and negative consequences for our mental health, relationships, and society as a whole.
When it comes to casual sex, recent studies have shown women are more likely to regret having it and less likely to have an orgasm during it. Are researchers’ conclusions about their findings missing the mark?
In order to keep any relationship healthy, it's important to try new activities together to keep from falling into a rut. But that can be hard to do if your middle name isn't Moneybags. Luckily, we've rounded up 30 dates under $30 that'll put the spice back into a relationship without making wallets cry.
Lots of 20-somethings are affected by FOMO, or the fear of missing out on social events. Now researchers say they’ve come up with a way to measure FOMO, a condition that can sometimes lead to anxiety and depression.
From Paula Deen to Anthony Weiner, more and more people — celebrities and regular folks alike — are relying on apologies to make things right (or at least diffuse some anger). Turns out, there's a right and a wrong way to express remorse. Read on for the lowdown on America's latest pastime.
Reckless driving, unprotected sex — no problem if it’s in the name of love. New research suggests men are more likely to engage in risky behaviors when they’re thinking about romance. But the same finding doesn’t apply to women.