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How to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a pandemic
Testing, masking, and social distancing are all love languages now.
Five animals you shouldn’t take relationship advice from (and one you should)
No matter how cute sea otters are when they hold hands.
Could Netflix Be The Best Untapped Dating Network Online?
'Netfling' is a Tinder-style app that proposes to take 'Netflix and Chill' to the next level
Here Are Your Best Science Valentines
Popular Science readers gave us their favorite romantic prose with a science bent
How Racist Is Online Dating?
A new study says OkCupid users are often willing to respond to messages from potential lovers outside their own race, and once they do, they're more likely to initiate interracial contact going forward.
Being In Love Makes Water Taste Sweeter
Scientific proof that love is a sweet, sweet thing
Romantic Jays Take Care To Feed Their Mates What They Particularly Crave
In advance of Valentine's Day, a new study finds sweet behavior in bird couples.
Strong Hands and Voice Pitch Really Are Signs of Fertility
New research strengthens the link between physical attributes and baby-making potential
Good News for S&M Aficionados, Ancient Babies
Bad news for modern butterballs
Everlasting Love: Science Proves Initial Passion Is Far From Fleeting
New research suggests the length of a relationship has little correlation to the strength of the feelings