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In a recent study by researchers at Bonn University Medical Center, men who were given the “love hormone” oxytocin (which is a naturally occurring compound in the body that we make when we hug, touch, kiss or share physical contact with someone we care about), displayed interesting results. With the additional oxytocin in their bloodstream, when they were shown pictures of their partners, men were more likely to feel attracted to their partners, which researchers believe could be the key to maintaining close, monogamous relationships, and healthy sex lives, for the long haul.

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