Tag: couples

People Who Have A Keen Sense Of Smell Will Enjoy Sex More, New Study Suggests

A new study showed that people who had a high sensitivity to smell enjoyed sex more. The study, which was conducted by team of researchers in Germany, tested 42 women and 28 men.

Public Health June 2, 2018

Cannot Spot That Your Partner Is Hiding Emotions? Study Reveals Couples May Miss Cues

New research from psychologists reveals that couples are likely to miss cues about their partner’s emotions. The study suggests how one can miss cues from his or her partner that they are hiding emotions in regards to the relationship.

Life & Style March 2, 2017

Happy Wife, Happy Life? Having A Happy Spouse Could Be Good For Your Health, Says Study

Having a happy spouse often leads to good health, researchers have found. Their findings reiterate the importance of social support in an individual’s overall well-being.

Healthy Living/Wellness September 28, 2016

Real-Life 'Fault In Our Stars' Husband, Dalton Prager, Dies

Dalton Prager, hailed as a real-life 'The Fault In Our Stars' husband, died on Saturday, Sept. 17 at a St. Louis hospital. The heroic love and marriage of Dalton and Katie despite cystic fibrosis has been awe-inspiring.

Medicine September 19, 2016

UK Singles Spent $7 Billion On Dating In 2015

UK singles are not scrimping on money when it comes to dating. Not only are they spending a lot, they beat all the other European daters.

Society March 29, 2016

Opposites Attract Is A Myth, Study Finds

A new study found that the notion 'opposites attract' is a myth. People strive to look for people who have similar beliefs as them, and that is the driving force why relationships start in the first place.

Life March 1, 2016

Couples Who Live Together Have Similar Immune Systems

Cohabitation and raising a child together has been found to change a couple’s immune systems, making them more similar than seen in the wider population. These health effects of parenting and living together may no longer come as a surprise for some.

Life February 21, 2016

Forever Yours: Couples’ Quality Of Life Linked Even After Death Of One Partner

It looks like even death can’t erase the influence couples have on each other. According to researchers, quality of life in couples remain linked even after the other half has kicked the bucket.

January 14, 2016

Study Reveals Four Relationship Patterns That Could Determine If Couple Will Tie The Knot

A new study found that couples can be grouped into one of four distinct relationship patterns. The researchers then used these patterns to determine whether couples of each type can stay committed long enough to tie the knot.

Society November 11, 2015

Black Whopper And Green Poop Plus Other Unconventional Halloween Couple's Costumes

Brace yourselves: crazy Halloween costume ideas are coming. If you are a couple who wants to go as something a bit 'different' this Halloween, this is the list you've been waiting for.

Internet Culture October 12, 2015

Study Aims To Predict Best Time To Start A Family

Planning to have a family of your own? According to researchers, the point at which you should begin trying will be affected by several factors.

Life August 12, 2015

More Sex Doesn't Lead To More Happiness, Reveals New Study. Surprised?

Couples who increased frequency of sex at the request of researchers said it didn't make them happier, and in fact, they were a bit less happy. However, researchers suggest, many couples could benefit from a bit more activity in the bed.

Society May 10, 2015

Couple Announces Baby News With 'Fresh Prince' Pregnancy Rap

An Oregon couple announces their baby news by rapping about their pregnancy to the theme song of the 'The Fresh of Bel-Air.'

Internet Culture April 14, 2015

Would You Save Your Ex Or Current Girlfriend? This Guy Is Forced To Decide

A young man had to choose between his current and ex-girlfriend when they both jumped into a river and he could only save one.

Internet Culture March 20, 2015

Couples Have Easier Time Kicking Bad Habits When They Work Together

Quitting bad habits and adopting good ones is easier when the goal is undertaken with a partner, a new study suggests. Just how effective is support for adopting healthy living choices?

Life January 20, 2015

Decisions made before your wedding could hurt your marriage, study says

Study finds that the decisions you make when your single could help or hurt your marriage.

Internet Culture October 6, 2014

Who are the most annoying Facebook users? Survey says...

A London-based company has published their survey results showing what users feel as the most annoying facebook habits of all time.

Internet Culture October 3, 2014

Love in the time of Internet: Online couples less likely to marry, says study

Latest study suggests that couples who meet online may split within a year. About 20 percent heterosexual couples and about 70 percent of the homosexual couples in the UK meet online.

Life September 29, 2014

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