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The Science Of Kissing
KissNinety percent of international cultures across the globe partake in what’s widely considered to be “humanity’s most intimate exchange.” But it’s also been used make contracts legal and to show honor. Men and women do it differently, but you’ll be surprised to find out why. What are we talking about? Well, kissing, of course. My next guest has written a book called "The Science of Kissing," a strange title since we all know kissing is an art – not a science. Right? Wrong. Sheril Kirshenbaum – author “The Science of Kissing: What Our Lips Are Telling Us” – says it’s both. And she joins us for a historical, psychological and biological look at “osculation” – which is the scientific word for kissing.
  See Sheril speak on 3/1 at Tuft's University

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