Turns out pushups are more telling than treadmill tests when it comes to cardiovascular health.
The counterintuitive findings bode well for stoners, but more research is needed.
The American Psychological Association recently released guidelines for treating boys and men. Men aren't happy about it.
The former FOX News host speaks out.
A blank canvas for generations of science.
The study shows when the 'Napoleon complex' is most likely to emerge.
Looking at the 2011 earthquake in Japan, researchers found that natural disasters make men — but not women — more fond of taking risks.
Decades of studies have shown parents to be less happy than their childless peers. But are the kids to blame?
The Belgian psychotherapist has a lot to teach us.
The findings are based on a phenomenon known as the "Mighty Girl Effect."
There are two main types of sexual fantasies. One, however, is more destructive than the other.
When it comes to flirting, love meters have nothing on these researchers' findings.
As the world gets hotter, men may have fewer and fewer viable sperm
They have more casual sex, too.
A new survey asks Europeans and Americans to share their imaginary lives.
Research has shown that men today have less testosterone than they used to. What's happening?
It's just one of the workplace gender insights in a new study.
It's not so rare as many think.
We all live by society's invisible rules but for some groups, these rules are tighter than for others, says psychologist Michele Gelfand.
Jordan Peterson is one of the most controversial public figures in recent years. Here's a recap of some of his ideas.
Women have different financial strategies and insight than men, argues Sallie Krawcheck, the co-founder and CEO of Ellevest, a digital investment platform for women.
Girl babies may have one distinct advantage over boy babies. But what is it?
Dr. Gottman, a psychologist who studies relationships, explains the 5:1 rule.
A new study suggests always-improving video games are keeping young men without college educations unemployed or out of the workforce entirely.
A new study reports that 32,000 lives could be saved annually if every doctor in the U.S. was female. What can this teach medical institutions about best practices?
One reason: women perceive men with tattoos as more likely to cheat.
A study of close to 20,000 men provides some stark conclusions on the relationship between male sexism and mental health.
Here’s why your wife won’t let you forget that stupid thing you did 6 months ago.