Expressing one's affection to a loved one with a hug is a great way to bond. But did you know that it also offers many benefits including strengthening one's memory and reducing tension?
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A new study has found that oxytocin – labelled the ‘love hormone’ by some – can encourage fidelity. German researchers discovered that men in monogamous relationships who were given doses of oxytocin spray stayed away
A new study claims that oral sex is good for women’s health and could stave off depression! The survey was carried out by the State University of New York on 293 females. It claims that that seminal fluid contains chemicals
Though considered unimportant by most men, kissing and foreplay remains one of the most important facets of sex. We can’t emphasise enough the importance of it. You can have everything – the six figure salary, rock hard abs
Text messaging is often rapped for promoting reckless driving, but it could be good for people who feel stressed out, isolated or alone. Adrian Aguilera, professor of social welfare, University of California, Berkeley, and
Part of the reason why some people are kind and generous may have more to do with their genes than their mother's precepts, says a new psychology study. The study, co-authored by Anneke Buffone of University at Buffalo and E.
Can Oxytocin, the 'trust and love hormone' that helps mothers bond with their babies, boost a flagging male libido? Mike Wyllie, one of the scientists that discovered and developed Viagra for pharma giant Pfizer, said that an
According to a recent study the level of oxytocin or the “love hormone” in your blood can determine the length of your relationship!
Researchers found that partners who have higher levels of oxytocin in their blood stick
With Kiss Day around the corner we give you eight more reasons to pucker up .
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Anytime you lock lips, and there is an exchange of saliva, there is also an exchange of microbes. A
The 'Love hormone' oxytocin that helps the mother-baby bond also fosters kindness among irritable monkeys.
Administering the hormone nasally, a Duke University research team has shown that it can make rhesus macaques pay more