While men go on Tinder to look for casual sex, women want to be assured of their attractiveness on dating apps. A new study provides a closer look on Tinder and other dating apps' users.
"Manly" men consider their partner's orgasm as their own achievement, boosting their own ego and undermining their partner's "big moment".
Men were more likely to eat more in social gatherings to show off and boost their ego.
Men who tend to view themselves as superior to women are more likely to develop psychological problems than men who conforms less to the traditional norms of masculinity.
Zika virus could destroy male reproductive system resulting to infertility.
Effects of oxytocin to men are positive, leading the participants to be more "interconnected" with every living thing.
Unique regulatory "tags" found in male sperm could cause autism in their children, according to a new genetic study.
In a curious new study, researchers have realized that pesticides in fruits and vegetables may affect the quality of men's semen.
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.
Scientists have finally figured out why it is that men can't seem to remember to pick up their socks or grab the shampoo from the supermarket: they really do have worse memories than women, according to a new study.
Ladies, if you see your man primping in the mirror, chances are you're thinking that he's more into himself than you. Well, surprise, surprise, your suspicions have been confirmed by a new study that shows men tend to be more narcissistic than women.
Ever wonder if your man knows how to treat a lady? Well, before you commit to happily ever after, just look at his fingers.
The "muffin top" is a part of the body that's infamous for being hard to get rid of, but new research shows that weight training, at least for men, may be the key to curbing this belly fat.
Vikings are often depicted as raping and pillaging barbarians, using brute strength to overtake new lands. But a new study of ancient Viking DNA shows that it wasn't just men moving to new territories; women accompanied their male companions, making traveling a family affair.