Oxytocin keeps committed men away from attractive women

Often referred to as the "trust hormone," oxytocin is typically associated with helping couples establish a greater sense of intimacy and attachment. Lesser known, however, is its potential role, if any, in preventing couples from cheating. But as a new study from the University of Bonn suggests, it may in fact prevent… » 11/14/12 6:30am 11/14/12 6:30am

Cheaters More Likely to Pass on Infections Than People in Open…

People often think that open relationships increase your risk of catching a disease — but actually, openly seeing other people is much safer than sneaking around, a new study proves. According to a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that people in open relationships actually have less of a… » 6/14/12 3:40pm 6/14/12 3:40pm