Tag: Research

Secret to a Healthy, Long Life Revealed

Secret to a Healthy, Long Life Revealed

A landmark study that began in 1938 suggests that the key to a healthy, long life is a happy marriage, owning a puppy and hanging on to a group of good friends. These three life-altering factors are even more important than wealth and social class, according to Harvard University’s Grant study.

Study: Creative People More Likely to Cheat

Study: Creative People More Likely to Cheat

According to a recent research, chances of cheating is more in creative people than in the non-creative lot. This is possibly because of the talent possessed by the original thinkers, which increases their ability to rationalize their actions.”

Study: Women Watch Sport Only to Please Husbands

Study: Women Watch Sport Only to Please Husbands

Apparently married women only watch sports as a means of maintaining their relationship with their husbands, rather than for their own enjoyment, a new study claims. The recently published stud, from Erin Whiteside of the University of Tennessee and Marie Hardin of Penn State University, examined the sports-viewing habits of married women.

Study Finds the Key to a Man’s Heart

Study Finds the Key to a Man’s Heart

According to a study conducted at the University of South Brittany, the quickest way for a woman to gain a man’s interest is by gently touching his arm. Researchers recruited a 20-year-old woman, rated ‘averagely attractive’ by a panel of 18 men, to approach 64 young, single males chosen at random in a bar.

Turning 30 May be the New Adulthood

Turning 30 May be the New Adulthood

It is traditionally the age we step into adulthood. But researchers have claimed that 30 is the new 21 – because we are maturing later. The landmark 21st is now seen as little more than an excuse to have a great party – before keeping the fun going for at least the next nine years.

Men Find Women in Red More Attractive, Claims Study

Men Find Women in Red More Attractive, Claims Study

Men really do prefer a lady in red – because they are less likely to be rejected, a study has revealed. The colour of passion makes women seem more attractive by sending out subtle messages about how receptive they might be to sexual advances, say scientists from the University of Rochester in New York.