There are many red flags and green flags in the beginning of relationships, but there is one word that holds great significance.
Kathie Lee and guest co-host Craig Ferguson try out a list of conversation starters for your next first date, including trying to describe themselves in one...
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Bed time was a potential war zone because neither of us were getting a good night's sleep.
TODAY wants to hear your stories about rude or unpleasant situation while flying, at the office or on the internet.
Kathie Lee Gifford and Craig Ferguson host a particularly funny edition of "Guys Tell All." Why can't men clean around the house? According to our guys, they...
The newest character on the beloved children's television show has red hair, a wide smile — and autism.
Happy International Day of Happiness! You do really have some power to reach bliss. These tips will get you started.
Thinking about getting engaged or just recently got married? Read these tips from real couples about things they'd wished they'd known.
The "eraser challenge" been around for years, but now the potentially-harmful kids' "game" is getting renewed attention.
Whether it's moving in, getting married or taking the relationship to the next level, how do you know you're making the right decision?
The study found a sharp drop in sexual activity among all demographics, especially those who are married or living with partners.
Suze Yalof Schwartz, author of "Unplug: A Simple Guide to Meditation for Busy Skeptics and Modern Soul Seekers," visits TODAY to show Jenna Bush Hager, Jordin...
While scientists have known for years that more sex is associated with more happiness, no one knew why.
After reading the latest New York Times Social Q's column about a guest who broke her host's wine glass, Kathie Lee Gifford and co-host Jenna Bush Hager discuss...
A couple with Down syndrome has celebrated their 22nd wedding anniversary, defying critics' expectations.
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If you had a time machine, would you choose to visit your future?
There are a few strategies you can employ to make your weekends more productive and actually feel like they last longer.
This week's episode of 'This Is Us' highlighted an important topic: panic attacks. And it got viewers talking.
A body language expert shares different signs to watch for if you're wondering if a guy is flirting with you. Watch as Kathie Lee and guest co-host Christie...
Men are pre-programmed to send out physical clues when they're interested in a woman, experts say.
Transform this day into one that you'll love — even if you hate it! Here are seven easy ways to do it, and put a smile on your face.
Former talk-show host Montel Williams tells Kathie Lee Gifford and guest co-host Dean Cain about his long battle with multiple sclerosis. He gets emotional...
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If Valentine's Day has you thinking about finding love, the holiday could be a good motivation to start. These tips will boost your chances.
In our dating app-saturated society, finding a date isn't the hard part — actually making it to the second date is.
Need advice from the Guys Tell All panel?
Ghosting isn't the only way to digitally reject someone. Psychologists and dating experts are talking about a new phenomenon: breadcrumbing.
You see smiling faces, but are those people really happy?
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Love, ain't it grand? Most of the time, yes, but it sure can cloud your otherwise reasonable judgment.
TODAY is looking for newlywed couples to be part of a special game on the show.
A Mediterranean diet may help combat depression, researchers say.
Women who prioritize and improve this are more satisfied with their sex lives, a new study suggests.
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, TODAY is looking for couples to share how their love story began.
Researchers explain why you sometimes find yourself sputtering the wrong child's name.
Want a good way to address a bad habit? Create a safe environment for the truth.
Here's how to get through the painful process with your health and dignity intact.
Our Guys Tell All panel fields questions from women about the male mind, such as: How do you let a man know you're interested? "When he texts, text back," suggests...
Instead of being glum, and taking your crappy day out on your co workers or friends, decide to turn things around yourself.