Today's report from the Institute for the Obvious:
he eyes don't lie: Men really do look at women's bodies more than their faces, according to a new study that used eye-tracking technology to prove what many women have long observed.
But it's not just men who do it -- the study found that women look at other women's bodies, too.
And I hope you're siting down for this shocker -- what we check out most are breasts and waists, and (gasp!) the "bodies with larger breasts, narrower waists and bigger hips often prompted longer looks." Almost makes you think we might be biologically programmed, huh? The men to check out childbearing capabilities, the women checking out the competition.