Brain Health

The Science Behind Why Kissing Feels Good

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Getting jiggy. By Sheril Kirshenbaum, University of Texas at Austin | Photo Credit: Pedrosimoes7, CC0 Public Domain   Lips are the most exposed erogenous zone, which makes kissing feel very good Scientists in the Netherlands have reported that we share about 80m bacteria during a passionate ten-second kiss; a finding that makes puckering up seem…

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Don’t gain weight this holiday season- no dieting necessary

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Food cravings are abound:  here are some tips so that you don’t have to gain weight over the holidays… Do you ever wonder why so many people have food cravings? Doesn’t it seem like more and more, people are addicted to sugar? Some to carbs? And yet, a large majority of America is obese and so…

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