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April 27, 2015

SCIENCE

When the women smelled samples of "happy sweat," they showed more facial activity related to smiling compared to when they smelled the other types of sweat, the study found.

(Thanks to John "Ol' Chumbucket" Baur)

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"...a more global focus in perceptual processing tasks."

And who among us could not use more of this?

Very little of my sweat is "happy".

"...women have a greater sensitivity to smell and emotional cues than men do. "

Splash on the Old Spice, men.

I prefer Hai Karate. Yes, I know it's not available any more, but I have a bottle that's about 40 years old....and it seems to have gotten stronger...

(Actually smells like`the geezer bus on a good day..)

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