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Researchers have found that oxytocin hormone, which is secreted in the brain and is sometimes referred to as the ` bonding hormone `, helps in creating and maintaining monogamy in relationships.
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A new study has suggested that preschoolers who have a TV in their bedroom and are exposed to more background TV have a weaker understanding of other people`s beliefs and desires.
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Kissing helps us size up potential partners and, once in a relationship, may be a way of getting a partner to stick around, a new Oxford study suggests.
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Being bullied in childhood can have lasting negative impact such as poor social relationships, inability to keep a job and illnesses, among others, say scientists.
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Psychologist has claimed to come up with a formula for happiness .
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A new study has shown for the first time that our dreams have real consequences in our daytime interactions with our partners in the days that follow.
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Common wisdom says that feeling close to your romantic partner is key to having a lasting and fulfilling relationship.
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Adult men who had experienced parental divorce before they turned 18 are three times more likely to suffer a stroke than men whose parents did not divorce, a new study from the University of Toronto has found.