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What We Learned About Sexual Desire From 10 Years of Pornhub User Data
Women are much likelier to watch porn on their phones, Pornhub traffic spikes on Christmas morning, and more fascinating insights.
Male Food Privilege in Two Charts
It never ends.
Smelling Something Fishy Actually Makes People More Suspicious
And four more clichés that mean more than you think.
How Changing Your Body Can Change Your Mind
Your yoga teacher would call it the mind-body connection.
4 Ways Technology Is Your Relationship’s Third Wheel
Can’t live with it. Can’t live without it.
5 Scientific Truths About the Way We Lie
Your Happiness Makes Your Friends Happy, Too
And your friends’ friends, and even your friends’ friends’ friends, research shows.
The Science of Us Guide to Making Friends When You’re an Adult
It’s tougher than it used to be — but it’s not impossible.
How to Speed Time Up — or Slow It Down
Time flies when you’re having fun, and/or doing these incredibly specific things.
3 Slightly Disturbing Figures That Reveal How Attached You Are to Your Phone
Your phone has you on an incredibly short leash.
Here’s How Many People Admit to Keeping a Secret From Their Significant Other
Research reveals insights about the secrets we keep.
3 Weird Ways Your Plate Tricks You Into Eating More
The size and even color of your dish can affect your eating behavior.
How a Great College Professor Changes Your Life
The long-lasting benefits of connecting with a mentor.
Highlighting Won’t Help You Remember Anything
It’s time you learned how to learn.
One French Scientist Found 5 Research-Backed Ways to Get a Woman’s Number
Carry a guitar case, and other unlikely tips.
Here’s How Much of Your Own Happiness Is Under Your Control
A psychologist who studies and writes about the science of well-being explains.
This Map Explains Why Midwesterners Find New Yorkers Weird
We’re really (at least) three countries in one.
Why We Enjoy Chili Peppers and Gruesome Movies
It’s all about feeling safe and threatened at the same time.
3 Weird Reasons You Pour Yourself Way Too Much Wine
Science explains the heavy pour.
What Emoticons Reveal About How We See Emotion
Do you look for happiness in the eyes or smile?
Here’s How American Men and Women Split Up Housework
Yeah, sounds about right.
Which of These Secretly Dangerous Household Objects Is Out to Get You?
Hairpins, skateboards and toilets send thousands to the ER each year.
This Chart Will Reveal How Many Men and Women Are Married by Age 30
Learn how common (or not) your current matrimonial status is.
This Is the Day of the Week That You Weigh the Least
Enjoy it while it lasts.
Study Forecasts Who You’ll Hook Up With After A Break-Up
Who’s doing whom after a breakup, according to science.
We Asked 100 New Yorkers: What Did Jay Z Do to Make Solange So Mad?
“He accidentally sexted the wrong sister.”
This Facebook Marriage-Age Chart Means Basically Nothing
Final Tally: Americans Were 12 Times More Interested in Miley Cyrus Than Syria
Even though news sites wrote about Syria more.
Wedding Announcements, Charted by the Years
Meet the man behind Wedding Crunchers.
haters to the left
Haters Gonna Hate. What’s a Woman to Do About It?
How to turn your haters into motivators.
Hillary: The Most Poisoned Baby Name in U.S. History
Mothers abandoned the name at record speed, starting in 1992.