You Get a Pick-Me-Up
The leaves may be falling...but your libido? Expect it to rise. Autumn is the season when our levels of testosterone--associated with sex drive--are higher than at any other time, found several studies that tracked hormone levels year-round (and yes, this applies to women, too). Whether the surge is the result of ancient mating instincts (other animals have a fall "rutting season"), and if it's triggered by decreasing daylight or increased social activity--well, it's all scientific speculation. But for practical purposes, who cares?
You're Even More Attractive to Men
Those higher testosterone levels may be behind why women have thicker waists relative to their hips--that is, they're less curvaceous--in the fall than at any other time of year, found researchers at Simon Fraser University. (All the pumpkin pie doesn't help the waistline, either). And yet--here's the welcome news--men