How advancements in science, technology, and culture are changing love, sex, and dating.
Why Does My Dog Sit Facing Away From Me? A Pet Expert Explains
Their behavior might not be as strange as you think.
The Emerging Science of Touch Reveals How Much We Don’t Yet Know About Pleasure
Perhaps the beauty of love is that one doesn’t need a unified scientific theory in order to feel it.
In the Metaverse, the Perfect Date Might Actually Exist — If You Can Find It
First we get legs, then we find love.
The Final Frontier of Human Sexuality May Be in Space
Can love survive in the cosmic void? And if so, should it?
Why the Antidote to Heartbreak May Lie in the Power of Stories
The end of a relationship doesn’t have to cause you long-term harm.
Why can’t I understand my dog? Recent research may offer an answer
A new study suggests you may not know Fido as well as you think.
When anxiety gets you down, Viagra may not be the answer
Anxiety may have unwelcome sexual health side effects in young men.
We need to start treating grieving for our pets seriously — therapists can help
There's a social stigma against grieving pets, but researchers say therapists can help break it.
Massive new study disproves a common assumption about human mating habits
People don’t mate randomly.
How to make a cat and dog get along: 5 tricks to do the seemingly impossible
It’ll take some work, but it’s not an impossible challenge.
How should you talk to your cat? A new study reveals a genius hack
It's the feline equivalent of baby talk.
Swearing study reveals cursing’s powerful cognitive effects
Swearing isn’t just cathartic.
An antidote to heartbreak? Science reveals how to hack loneliness
“Heartbreak is an opportunity.”
Want a better relationship with your dog? Neuroscientists say these 7 factors are key
A better understanding of human-fur baby relationships could even pave the way for robotic pups.
Is someone you care about going through a medical crisis? Here’s how to best support them
Trauma experts explain common challenges and how to avoid them.
Emotional intelligence might make you more resilient, but there’s a catch
Here’s why a better way to measure emotional intelligence could improve relationships.