Researchers found that the "love hormone" oxytocin enables mothers to protect their young.
A new research has established the connection brain activity when conducting religious engagements and results showed that the effect is the same as the effect of drugs, love, sex and gambling.
Effects of oxytocin to men are positive, leading the participants to be more "interconnected" with every living thing.
Who show more lovin'? What makes these adorble animals so loveable? This survey will reveal it all.
Names of few demons, cosmic symbols and other strange writings were found along the 2000-year-old skeletons.
Giants pandas give birth to more cubs when they are able to choose their mates, a new study revealed. This may help conservationists better protect these endangered animals.
Birds that are able to mate with their "true love" have a higher rate of reproduction success and are more committed to their offspring, according to researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Ornithology.
I'll admit it. I'm no dog lover, but even I've felt that pang in my chest when a goofy canine gazes at me with those 'puppy dog eyes.' We have long called these incredibly trusting animals "man's best friend," but new research has revealed that there's more to it than just trust and a mutual love for bacon. Dogs, it seems, can actually hijack the chemistry for human bonding.
As humans, and especially for women, we love the idea of romantic relationships and finding "the one." But new surprising research says that we are actually designed to fall out of love and move on to new relationships.
It may sound like a fairytale, but experts are claiming that simply thinking about your romantic partner can give you a "rush of good stress" that seems to both unlock new reserves of energy and improve mood.
Are they really in love, or is it just lust? Researchers believe they can accurately tell the difference based on eye patterns alone, raising the question "can there be love at first sight?"