Pheromones555 In The News
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Got Pheromones? Get Affection
Forget the expensive French perfumes. If a woman really wants to reel a man in, all she needs to do is dab a dose of odorless pheromones strategically to her pulse points, and men will shower her with affection.
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A love potion composed of pheromones, synthesized chemical compounds that mimic secretions produced by the human body.
Scientific studies have actually shown that subjects who used synthesized pheromones had sex more often (a 47% increase in sexual intercourse) than those who used a placebo (a 9.5% increase).
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Secrets of human attraction
A gene that could explain how humans pick up powerful chemical signals called pheromones may have been pinpointed for the first time. The discovery promises to give scientists a new understanding of our basic instincts.
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Study Finds Brain Differences In Reaction To Testosterone Scent
These chemicals are thought to be pheromones molecules known to trigger responses such as defense and sex in many animals.
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University of Chicago researchers establish proof of human pheromone
A University of Chicago researcher has established the first scientific proof for human pheromones, compounds undetectable as odors but which have a major impact on the timing of ovulation.
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Love Is All in Your Head - Or Is It in Your Genes?
Users of pheromones, but not of an inactive control substance, had increased frequency of informal dates, affectionate gestures, sleeping next to a romantic partner, foreplay, and sexual intercourse.
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Human Pheromone Link May Have Been Found
Scientists have identified the first human gene that may be linked to pheromones, the odorless molecules that in other animals trigger primal urges including sex, defense and kinship.
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Study finds proof that humans react to pheromones
The power of smell is undeniable, as the multi-billion dollar perfume industry testifies researchers at the University of Chicago say they have the first proof that humans produce and react to pheromones.
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Are Pheromones a Secret Weapon For Dating?
Odorless pheromones are secreted by many animals to attract mates. But they are also synthesized and marketed to consumers as potions to increase sexual attractiveness. They have been sold for years, but new studies and claims are making these items hotter than ever. Paris Hilton knows. She added them to her latest perfume.
Read the ABC 20/20 Report
Sexual Pheromones and Sexual Desire
Imagine an invisible, undetectable force that is powerful enough to override your sense of reason yet draws you to someone with an almost animal passion. These are not Cupid is mythological arrows, but real shots of human pheromones. Scientists have been researching for years whether or not humans, like other animals, exude these secret scents, with attention focused on a small organ composed of two small pits a few centimeters up the nose.
Read the Discovery Health Report