- People in groups appear to be more attractive than those in isolation, a study confirms.
- Although the job interview process should be free of any bias, many Italian employers base their decisions to call applicants back on attractiveness.
- When deciding between feminine or masculine features in women's faces, men were more likely to choose the women with feminine features for a short-term fling.
- A new study found that men are less attracted to women with higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
- Dartmouth researchers refute the idea of universal facial attractiveness, with a new finding that no one male or female chin shape influences sexual selection across cultures.
- According to new research, attractive women should be careful when asking for a pay raise if their boss is female. Women who are at their peak fertility are more competitive towards their equally attractive counterparts.
- Men and women all have their personal preference when dating the opposite sex. While some men may prefer blonde hair and blue eyes, most women opt for a hairless man. New research suggests why women don't fall for hairy guys.
- The color red has long been associated with power, but why?
- Women with the most severe form of endometriosis also happen to be unusually attractive, according to Italian scientists.