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Men Like Women in Red Lipstick, Finds Study

If you want to catch a man’s attention, don’t bother fluttering your eyelashes or flicking your hair. Just practice your pout. According to a study, a woman’s lips are the most attractive part of her body. Especially if she’s wearing red lipstick.

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Coping with Heartbreak is Harder for Men than Women, Finds Study

Most of us believe that breakups affect women the most, while its easy for men to get over it. But that’s not true, at least according to a study done by sociology scholars at the University College of London. The women among the 5,705 participants in the study – surveyed across 96 countries – reported …

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Indian Men Like it When a Woman Proposes

Traditionally, it’s the guys who pop the question to take a relationship forward but an increasing number of Indian men now prefer if women make the first move, according to a Shaadi.com survey. The survey was conducted on over 6,500 single Indian men in the age group of 25 to 36 across the country to …

Men Know a Woman is Attractive by Hearing Her Voice

Men Know a Woman is Attractive by Hearing Her Voice

Believe it or not, men can apparently judge how attractive a woman is just by hearing her voice, according to a recent study. The study out of the University in Vienna in Austria had men listen to women’s voices, then rate how attractive they think the women are.

Household Chores Make Men Happier, Claims Study

Household Chores Make Men Happier, Claims Study

Researchers at Cambridge University may have just discovered the secret to happiness, at least for men and that is: ‘Doing More Household Chores’. Men from seven European countries were found to have an improved sense of well-being, work-life balance and less work-life conflict, if they helped more around the house, the Telegraph reported.

Survey: Intelligent Men are More Likely to be Faithful

Survey: Intelligent Men are More Likely to be Faithful

It may not always hold true, but a new study says that intelligent men are less likely to cheat on their partners. British researchers at the London School of Economics and Political Science carried out the study and found that unfaithful men are less intelligent than their loyal counterparts because of evolution.