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  1. Science

    Hormone Could Keep Married Men Loyal To Their Wives

    While it's too late to save the late, great General David Petraeus from his philandering ways, future generations of men could be in luck. While the Lord may have made a rambling man, research suggests that a quick shot of the hormone oxytocin could be just what the doctor ordered for married men who want to keep their vows sacred while being constantly confronted with women they could conceivably have sex with. Which to most men is, yes, all women.

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  2. Science

    New Nasal Spray Claims to Use “Cuddle Hormone” to Make Men More Empathetic

    If there's one thing that every bad stand up routine ever has taught us, it's that men and women are different. Men like sports and violence while women like shoes and watching Sarah Jessica Parker buy shoes. Thanks to that damn reproduction thing though, we incredibly different genders have to occasionally hang out with each other. But isn't there some way to make male Martians more like female Venusians?

    Don't fret, because the BBC is reporting that there is! A team of German and British researchers have invented a nasal spray that makes men more "empathetic." Let the nose-based emasculation begin!

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