A recent study has found that couples kiss almost 31 times a week between their first and second anniversaries. According to the study, lovers typically kiss 21 times a week. But the actual number varies as the relationship evolves, the Daily Express reported. In the first six months, couples kiss 25 times a week, reaching 31 in their second year, falling to 19 after five years. One in 20 British adults never kisses his or her other half, the Heathrow airport study found.Source: IANS << Are You Obsessive About Your Cellphone ? Risk of Type 2 Diabetes High for Women Who Sit for Up to 7 ... >> Recommended Reading Ways to Treat 'Kissing' Allergies Kissing allergies found in people suffering from food allergies can be treated by adopting simple methods, say researchers. READ MORE Phones That Let You Feel Your Lover's Kiss on the Anvil With the development of a series of phone prototypes, sharing a kiss with your own phone could be a possibility. READ MORE Hepatitis B Carrier Exchanges Roses For Kisses A Chinese woman hit upon a novel idea to raise awareness the hepatitis B virus carriers. READ MORE One in Five Couples Stop Kissing After Marriage A survey has found that one in five married couples do not kiss for an entire week. READ MORE Is Life Better Staying Single or Getting Married? The stigma linked to staying single is gradually disappearing. More people opt to stay single and many even claim to be happier. But there are both advantages and disadvantages to staying single. READ MORE Most Popular on Medindia Sinopril (2mg) (Lacidipine) Daily Calorie Requirements Loram (2 mg) (Lorazepam) More News on: Is Life Better Staying Single or Getting Married?