Boosting Ability to Be Playful May Enhance Satisfaction With Life

A new study finds that simple exercises can help make people more playful, which helps them…

Your In-Laws’ Drinking History Could Lead to Your Own Drinking Issues

A new study reveals a surprising family connection to alcohol use disorder (AUD): the drinking habits…

Swedish Study: Employers More Likely to Reject Transgender People

A new study has found that employers in Sweden more often reject job applications from transgender…

Men With Harmful Attitudes About Masculinity More Prone to Violence and Mental Illness

A new study has found that men who hold more harmful attitudes about masculinity — including…

Obesity In Women Linked to Fewer Social Ties

Women who lack social ties have a greater likelihood of being obese, according to new research.…

Men and Women Tend to Have Different Views on Infidelity

A new study discovers men and women look at infidelity differently. The distinction is instructive as…

Staking Happiness on Marriage May Be A Long Shot

Was William Shakespeare on to something when he wrote, “Tis better to have loved and lost…

More Porn Linked to Worse Erectile Function, Dissatisfaction With ‘Normal’ Sex

A new study finds a link between the amount of pornography a man watches and worse…

Domestic Abuse Combined with Abuse in Childhood Increase Trauma Symptoms in New Moms

A new study assessing the interaction of traumas from new and old relationships in women three…

Lifestyle Choices, Social Connections May Impact COVID-19 Susceptibility

New research suggests lifestyle choices coupled with the emotional stress of social isolation and interpersonal conflicts…