Who’s Lazier — Men or Women? [POLL]
Gotta love research. I'm sure some of you have figured out the results already. But if the fairer sex wants to use their extra smarts to take over the world they’re probably going to have to get off the couch first.
So who does research say is lazier?
‘Road Rage’ Most Likely For a Woman
Amidst all the new studies that are revealed each week, there is another that has found that women are lazier than men.
Is it possible that women are saving up their energy for when they get into the car?
Ladies – Pour Yourself A Drink For Good Health
The use of alcohol has stretched the girth of many men all around the world, but a new study suggests that for women, a little extra booze might be beneficial.
Pour yourself a cold one ladies, cause here comes the science!
Should I Shave My Beard? Study Says Women Don’t Like Them
I've had a beard since I was released from the service in 1971. I did shave it off for one brief period, but during that period I passed my mother in the grocery store and she didn't recognize me until I spoke.
After that I grew it back and never shaved it off again. Now they tell me that women don't…
Female Workforce To Dominate?
It all depends on how you want to measure it, but women, if they aren't already the majority of the workforce, soon will be.
According to a new survey from Allstate-National Journal, most people think that there is something positive in that happening.
Study Suggests Women Are Turned Off By Men Who Smile
Do you really believe all of these studies, if not but you like to read about them anyway, here is another one for ya.According to a new study, women aren’t attracted to men who smile.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia had 1000 adults rate hundreds of photos of members of the oppos…
Genesys Invited To Participate In Women’s Heart Disease Study
Heart disease is the #1 killer of women age 20 and over.  One in three women has some form of cardiovascular disease.  About 64% of women who die suddenly from coronary heart disease have no previous symptoms.  Heart disease in women is highly under diagnosed and largely preventable.