According to a new study, chaotic spaces spur stereotyping.
Prince William won’t wear a ring when he’s married. Neither do a lot of men—my dad included. What’s the big deal?
The pharmaceutical industry is banking on dopamine-increasing drugs to help relieve RLS. But there may be a simpler solution: masturbation.
“Twenty years from now, you’ll be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.” Really, Mark?
Me, I’m just looking for some attractive people and a pizza-delivery boy who didn’t take an order for extra sausage.
He credits more than 30 doctors, nurses, anesthesiologists, 15 hours of surgery, and an anonymous donor.
“Modern Family” and “The Kids Are All Right” are turning the spotlight on positive gay families. Could single moms use another “Erin Brockovich”?
Do you feel guilty when your home life is interrupted by your Blackberry?
Some of the world’s deadliest spiders are sneaking into grocery stores in banana crates. The good news? They induce long-lasting erections.
She claims that the strictures of traditional psychology encourage “repression as opposed to encouraging people to open up.”
“People pursuing affairs are trying to stay in their marriage. They’re just trying to have their cake and eat it too.”
It’s tough being a white male. They can’t dance. They can’t jump. But now they can apply for a scholarship designed for them at the University of Texas.
Warning: This study may not surprise you.
Sometimes eight just isn’t enough.
Are the Abbots of the world likely to be more successful than the Youngs?
Dr. Pepper isn’t the first to try to corner the highly elusive (possibly nonexistent) male diet-soda-drinking market. Let’s take a stroll through TV commercial history.