Valentine's Day is two days away, and it's a great day to show your kids a little extra loving, child health experts say.
According to a survey, nearly one-third of American drivers are smooching or engaging in other romantic contact while they're behind the wheel.
There may be a way to boost the activity of a hormone linked to love and sex, British researchers report.
This Valentine's Day, when people lean in for a kiss, the way they tilt their head may reveal a lot.
Valentine's Day is around the corner and you just realized that you don't have a date. How about giving man's best friend a shot?
People suffering from chronic ringing in the ears -- called tinnitus -- may find some relief by spraying the hormone oxytocin in their nose, a small initial study by Brazilian researchers suggests.
If your sweetheart has diabetes or prediabetes, get creative and celebrate Valentine's Day without chocolates or a fancy restaurant meal, an expert says.
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