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Literature dating back to the first century AD consistently portrays narrow women's waists as beautiful - the finding links beauty to good health...

2007-01-10

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Female guppies, quail and finches tend to mate with males that look like the males they have seen other females paired with. Such “mate choice copying” can pay off. If it is difficult to choose the best mating material, or takes a lot of time and energy, it makes sense to go with what works for the other girls. Yet although human mate selection suffers just such difficulties, there has been little evidence that women do this, until now.

2007-01-17

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The monthly mood swings experienced by many women may serve an evolutionary purpose, researchers say, by helping to get them pregnant.

2007-01-29

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An hourglass figure has long been perceived to be the ideal figure for a woman to have. But New York University researchers have found that to be found attractive, a woman had to move in a feminine way - swaying her hips.

2007-03-13

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I have never felt exploited. If anything it's giving you power over men. The only people exploited, if anyone is, are the men who go out and spend their money on porn...

2005-08-25

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Love really does have a strange effect on people, say scientists. ... They found that men had lower levels of testosterone than normal, while the women had higher levels of the hormone than usual. Men, in some way, had become more like women, and women had become like men.

2004-05-05

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Some people may be genetically programmed to be unfaithful to their partner, a scientist has claimed. ... Focusing on women, he found that if one of a pair of twins had a history of infidelity, the chances her sister would also stray were about 55%. In general it is estimated that just 23% of women are not faithful.

2004-06-07

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Nicolas Sarkozy today took a hard line in France's latest row over Islamic dress, saying full veils and face coverings were a sign of women's debasement and "not welcome" on French soil...
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... arrested in 2007 after downloading material relating to the role of women in Islamic societies. ... the upper house approved the death sentence conferred on Mr Kambaksh by a city court in Mazar-e-Sharif.

2008-01-30

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Robin Baker puts forward the thesis that evolution has programmed men to conquer and monopolise women while women, without even knowing they are doing it, seek the best genetic input on offer from potential sexual partners. Facts of life presented include: 10 per cent of children are not fathered by their fathers, less than 1 per cent off a man's sperm is capable of fertilizing anything - the rest is there to fight off other men'...
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Giving women more of the male hormone testosterone can turn them into fairer and more amiable game players, according to tests. A single dose of testosterone was enough to have this effect, European scientists found, but only if the woman was oblivious to the treatment. If she realised she had received the hormone and not a dummy drug, she turned to greed and selfishness.

2009-12-09

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Pong was an arcade game so popular it reportedly sparked a coin shortage in the United States when it launched in 1972.

2009-12-24

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The elusive erogenous zone said to exist in some women may be a myth, say researchers who have hunted for it.

2010-01-04

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Monkeys pay more attention to females than to males, according to research.

2010-03-17

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Some commuters don't give up their seats for pregnant women because they fear offending someone who is just overweight, it has emerged. Here, expectant mothers give tips on how to tell the difference...

2010-06-09

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Houseplants and arranged flowers have brightened up homes for centuries - but it was not until the late 1800s that the trend for bringing nature indoors really took off.

2010-06-10

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The research on more than 200,000 women from nine European countries found doing household chores was far more cancer protective than playing sport. Dusting, mopping and vacuuming was also better than having a physical job.

2006-12-29

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