• Beauty
    Did You Know That There Are 3 Main Types of Smiles?

    A smile is just a smile, right? Not so, according to researchers. Psychologists from the U.S. and the U.K.  have figured out how to identify different types of smiles to better understand the popular facial expression. After all, when the corners of our mouths are turned up it doesn’t necessarily mean we’re feeling gleeful. In the study, researchers […]

  • Fashion
    Why It May Not Be Wise to Move for Love

    Some singles looking to pair up are taking drastic measures to boost their romantic odds and their self-esteem: moving to another state. According to a story titled “I Left New York City So I Could Feel Hotter,” published by the New York Post, young single women (and some men) are fleeing Manhattan’s impossible physical standards […]

  • Style
    Buying Free Time (Not Material Objects) Is the Key to Happiness

    Ah, that elusive happiness thing everyone’s always talking about. People say that money can’t buy it — assuming that means spending money on clothes and trendy furniture — and they’re probably right. But if you use money to buy time? That’s another thing altogether. According to new research, it’s not acquiring material goods that make us […]

  • Health
    Looking at Adorable Kitten and Puppy Photos Could Save a Stale Marriage

    Is there any way to stay in love with a person forever? This question is older than marriageitself. We’re not just talking about that biochemical spark that inevitably changes into something steadier; we’re talking about genuinely liking your partner for the long run. A new study may have stumbled upon a surprising method to increasing […]

  • Health
    Having a Range of Positive Emotions Reduces Risk of Inflammation, Disease

    A new study shows that experiencing a range of positive emotions may help protect yourhealth. In the study, to be published on June 22 in the aptly named journal Emotion, researchers looked at diary data from 175 adults 40 to 65 who logged their positive and negative emotions over 30 days. The study participants reported whether […]