Prairie voles console their stressed-out friends, much like humans do.
It makes your canine love you too.
Ironically, researchers find the “cuddle hormone” apparently plays a role in sparking violent behavior toward one’s romantic partner.
New research links levels of the “cuddle hormone” with falling, and staying, in love.
Researchers report effects of the “trust hormone” get negated when a partner is perceived as dishonest.
How the potent hormone of empathy, oxytocin, is shaking up the field of economics.
Oxytocin, already dubbed the 'cuddle hormone,' may deserve a new moniker as the 'kindness molecule.'
The military commonly enlists science in its efforts. But when science is humanity, the relationship gets a little stickier.
Research shows that the wounds of rats heal better when the rodents are living in a comfortable, less stressful environment.
Researchers analyze oxytocin levels in naked mole rats to better understand their unique social behavior.