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Women more flexible, adaptive in sexual identity than men
Women more flexible, adaptive in sexual identity than men

A new study has suggested that women are more likely than men to report bisexuality, while men are more likely to report being either '100 percent heterosexual' or '100 percent homosexual.'

Women more flexible in their sexual identity than men, reveals study

 A new study has suggested that women are more likely than men to report bisexuality, while men are more likely to report being either '100 percent heterosexual' or '100 percent homosexual.'

Common hair growth drugs could ruin your sex life

Certain common drugs prescribed for those suffering from male pattern hair loss - known as alopecia - and benign prostate enlargement (BPH) may lead to adverse sexual side effects such as loss of libido or erectile dysfunction, warns a new study.

Natural surroundings help men get adequate sleep

Living near a park or a sandy beach and an ocean view can help people - especially men and those who are above 65 - sleep better.

Railways U-turn on offering exclusive women train coaches to men

In a victory of sorts for female commuters who did not shy to clash with their male counterparts, the Eastern Railway on Friday announced reverting its earlier decision of offering coaches of women's special trains to male passengers on the Sealdah division.

Men, women mate preferences differ due to evolutionary pressure

A new study claims that human evolution influences mate preferences in men and women.

Men who 'moderately exercise' face lesser risk of heart attack

Men who workout moderately may face reduced risk of heart failure, claims a new study.

Male, female brains operate differently: Study

A new study of a brain region involved in learning and memory, responses to stress and epilepsy has found that male and female brains operate differently at a molecular level.

Know what attracts men towards women
Know what attracts men towards women

Most men still perceive beauty based on the whole physical appearance of women rather than isolated body parts as previously believed, new research has revealed.

'Yo-yo dieting' not linked to cancer risk in men or women

A new study suggests that yo-yo dieting or weight cycling is not associated with increased risk of cancer in men or women.

Men with money, style, but no manners are a turn-off: Preity Zinta
Men with money, style, but no manners are a turn-off: Preity Zinta

 A man who may be good-looking, have money and style -- but lacks etiquette and good manners -- is a turn-off for actress Preity Zinta, who believes good conduct is as essential on virtual platforms as in real life.

Delhi Police to rope in religious figures to counsel men harassing women

In its drive to curb crime against women, Delhi Police has roped in religious figures to counsel men found harassing women in public places in the national capital.

Overuse of workout supplements emerging as 'eating disorder' in men

While most gym-goers generally take supplements to add to their effort to have better bodies, it turns out the excessive use of such products is emerging as eating disorder in men.

Women look as good on bike as men do: Taapsee Pannu
Women look as good on bike as men do: Taapsee Pannu

 Actress Taapsee Pannu, who was in the capital to launch one of the models of Honda Motorcycles & Scooter India Pvt Ltd (HMSI) on Tuesday, says it's not fair to associate bikes only with men as women can also be good bikers.

Spinach can curb food craving in men

A compound found in spinach can slow down fat digestion, leading to reduced hunger and food craving especially in men, a study says.

All India Badtameez: Men will be men!

This is a must watch film for all those men who treat roads as toilets.

Are you consuming enough fiber?

Are you consuming enough fiber? A new study has revealed that the people, who get fiber from natural sources and manufactured sources, may benefit more than those who limit their intake to a single type.

Concussion may impact men and women differently

Concussion or a violent shock as from a heavy blow may not significantly impair symptoms or cognitive skills for one gender over another, says a study.

New fathers gain extra fat: Study

While tracking the weight of over 10,000 men from adolescence to young adulthood, it has been found that men gain enough fat after they become fathers for the first time and it raises in them the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer, a study says.

Here's why women are likelier to suffer from migraine

 Migraines, which rank as one of the top 20 most disabling medical illnesses in the world, remain extremely common, affecting more than 36 million people in the United States alone and nearly three times as more women than men.