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Study didn't find same effect in young women or teens of either sex
Study looked at more than 50 civilians who saved strangers, found they rescued without deliberation
Daniel Fessler an associate professor of anthropology at the university, believes he’s uncovering a crude mental shortcut that may shed light on those confrontations and help explain why men resort to violence.
But expert doesn't recommend taking statins to prevent recurrence
And the risk of sexually transmitted infection climbs with more drinking, research suggests
The liquid social lubricant seems to foster 'contagious' grinning among guys
Researchers found women likelier to seek mates around their own age
3 exercises to tone and tighten
3 exercises to tone and strengthen
Young men often run into difficulties when they attempt to buy the morning-after pill for their partners.
An erectile dysfunction drug that reduces by half the time patients need to take the pill before sexual activity has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Men who sleep with plenty of women less likely to develop cancer in the gland, study suggests
20 percent of younger brothers, sisters also diagnosed by age 3, researchers report
Finding only held true when men's sex partners were female, not male, researchers say
And the disparity doesn't seem to be related to biological differences, researchers say
Study found eating meals together once or twice a week was tied to lower risk of becoming overweight
Researchers cite need for safe sex practices
Patients who get treatment are as satisfied with lovemaking as those who don't
Risk of cancer appears to rise with depletion, study finds
Study suggests male beverage consumption affects in vitro fertilization results
National data shows a 28 percent rise in men opting for the procedure
Delaying procedure also linked with higher costs, experts say
Study found that as parents viewed more of it themselves, they became more lax about how much kids could see
Both parents tend to view exercise as a selfish behavior that takes up family time, researcher says