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The science of attraction -- What does love taste like?

By: Simone Castello
Canadian Living
Culture & Entertainment

The science of attraction -- What does love taste like?

By: Simone Castello
Did you know that falling in love with someone involves all five of your senses? Well, you probably did know that, but a new Ted-Ed video, called The Science of Attraction by Dawn Maslar, sheds some light into scientific research that suggests we can see, hear, smell, feel and taste love. This gives new importance to the idea of the first kiss -- which many people already use as a determining factor for further attraction. And the real boss behind our attraction to someone is actually our brain, which goes through a series of in depth calculations to determine whether or not we're drawn to someone. Check out the video, below. It's just over four minutes long, but it's super simple and the research is explained quite well. [HTML1] If you're interested in more stats, data and fun facts about the sexual habits of Canadians across the nation, be sure to look at the results from our 4th Canadian Living Sex Survey.
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