What a Person’s Height and Weight Can Reveal About Their Sexual History

By Editorial Staff - Sep 30, 2015

Newly published research finds that men who are shorter than average tend to have fewer sex partners while overweight men … Continue reading


Companies Who Give This Free Perk Have the Happiest Employees

By Riley Schatzle - Sep 17, 2015

A survey conducted last month revealed that companies who offer free snacks to their employees have the happiest work environments. … Continue reading


Here’s What Happened When Six Guys Ate Pizza and Burgers for One Week

By Riley Schatzle - Sep 15, 2015

Eating two and a half times more calories than the recommended daily allowance regularly will undoubtedly lead to obesity, but … Continue reading


Women Want Smiling Men For Relationships, Scowling Men for Hookups, Study Finds

By Max Chang - Sep 11, 2015

While some men might count a brooding look as part of their charm, they may want to try smiling more often if … Continue reading


Science Has the Perfect Reason For Why We Should Begin Work at 10 A.M.

By Max Chang - Sep 9, 2015

For the many who have to wake up early for work, going to bed early isn’t always an available option. It … Continue reading


Science Has Bad News For People Whose Parents Have Cheated

By Laura Dang - Sep 3, 2015

New research reveals the likelihood of cheating on a significant other might be predetermined by parents’ infidelity. The study, conducted … Continue reading


Why Being Weird Might Help You Find a Date, According to New Study

By Riley Schatzle - Sep 3, 2015

Men and women prefer partners who are weird, according to a new study published in the Personality and Social Psychology … Continue reading


Women are 29 Percent More Likely to Be Overweight Than Their Younger Sisters, Study Finds

By Laura Dang - Aug 28, 2015

Older siblings who complain that the youngest child always gets the best genes may be on to something. New research, … Continue reading


Science Reveals Why Some People are Selfish Jerks

By Laura Dang - Aug 20, 2015

New research supports the idea that selfishness is programmed into Machiavellians. These individuals exploit others’ willingness to play fair and … Continue reading


People Who Eat Spicy Food Are More Likely to Live Longer, Study Finds

By Jacob Wagner - Aug 6, 2015

Good news for spicy food lovers: a recent seven-year study of hundreds of thousands of people has found that spicy foods … Continue reading