NASA and the National Space Biomedical Research Institute have published a new research paper detailing how space flight affects "cardiovascular, immunological, sensorimotor, musculoskeletal, reproductive and behavioral implications" on men and women. Here are the highlights:
The following video is a humorous but accurate recreation of what happens when a woman joins an online action game populated by men. In most cases, the reaction from these "men" is pathetic.
Here's a problem about guys: many of us don't wash our hands after using the restroom. It might be general grossness or everyman laziness or being too trusting your own hygiene or being too drunk or taking on a drive through mentality with a urinal but if you monitor a men's restroom, you'll see many folks skip the…
Lightning strikes aren't that random after all. A new study shows that 82% of those killed by lightening are men, and most lightning strikes kill people who were doing some kind of "leisure activity." Stay at work and be a woman, and you should be safe.
It's well known that women find sexy, rebellious rogues attractive. Duh. But until now it's not really been clear why women choose to turn that attraction into long-term relationships, when they know they stand a high chance of getting burned. New research, however, reveals that the secret lies in the hormones.
If you often find yourself stuck for words in the presence of women, don't beat yourself up; we've all been there. But it turns out it's not you, it's science! Merely thinking about the presence of women makes men stupid.
Sometimes, science doesn't provide radical new findings, it just confirms what we've all suspected for generations. Take, for instance, a recent study that shows women are happier in relationships when men know they're miserable. Men on the other hand, they're just happy when their partner is happy.
Do you remember your first break-up in great detail? Maybe sex from the other month? Or, most vividly, the really bad sex from last year? Turns out, men remember unpleasant and sexual experiences far more accurately than women.
The rubber, the cock sock, the goalie, the love glove, the salami sling. No matter how many adorable monikers it gets, no one really likes a condom very much.
You know who sucks at math? Almost everyone, that's who. Newsflash: the majority of humans do not do math because they love and excel at it. We mostly dislike it and are bad at it to boot.
Men have always had evolution to blame for their wily Cassanova ways—that whole spreading their seed far and wide thing. Finally, evolution is coming through for women, too!
According to University of Illinois professor May Berenbaum, men "have a deep-seated instinct to aim at targets" in the urinary sense. Logically, sticking a picture on the back of a urinal will cause men to aim for it like lemmings.
Stop me if you've heard this one: an Indian farmer goes to the hospital and says "Doc, I've got this horrible pain in my stomach." And then the doctors operate and find "a female uterus, ovaries, Fallopian tubes, a cervix and underdeveloped vaginal tissue." No? Yeah, I hadn't neither.
There's a terrible hereditary eye disease called Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy that affects men in their twenties. It's a mitochondrial disease inherited from your mother that leads to total blindness within six months of onset.