Future Love

How advancements in science, technology, and culture are changing love, sex, and dating.

Shutterstock
One Year Later

The evolutionary reason all your friends made babies during the pandemic

heart broken

Brain study debunks a common explanation for what causes a 'broken heart'

Thirty percent of patients don’t experience what’s typically considered the cause.

Let's play

Is your relationship missing 1 key ingredient? New study reveals the answer

An underrated quality is important for love.

Pandemic blues

Covid-19: 4 research-backed methods for coping with difficult feelings

TTYL

2 science-backed ways to politely end a conversation

"Most conversations appear to end when no one wants them to."

Feline facts

How do cats think? Study uncovers one surprising behavior

Cats, keeping us on our toes.

Do I stay or do I go?

Psychology study reveals 14 signs you might be close to a breakup

Love is rarely clear cut.

glow up

Your personality sucks — scientists can change it

Turns out you can teach an old dog new tricks.

Sunday Scaries

The scientific reason why we're wired to avoid breakups

When it comes to breaking up, scientists say "nature overdid it."

Inverse Daily

Reddit predicted their breakups. Here were the signs.

It turns out that the language we use can be hiding other feelings.

Love bytes

Reddit study reveals how many months it takes to get over a breakup

Impending breakups can be identified up to three months before they actually occur

Give a little love

7 research-backed goals to strengthen your relationship in 2021

The new year has to be better.