Romance needs to be nourished with visual cues and body language.
Is there any sound more annoying than the whine of a mosquito?
Have you ever been in love? Then you might be a little crazy according to scientists.
Here’s an idea you may not expect: Love is as basic as our needs for food and water. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
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Love hurts. We all know this. But a recent study suggests that rejection really does cause physical pain. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
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When you first happen upon that special someone, you start to feel romantic, passionate, giddy and euphoric. These feelings aren’t purely psychological. If we were to take a blood sample, we’d discover high levels of certain chemicals in your blood.
Two studies suggest that those individuals most prone to violent behavior are narcissists. In Greek mythology, we know Narcissus as the man who fell in love with his own reflection in the waters of a spring, and whose excessive self-love killed him.