The Science Of Kissing
There’s a lot more kissing going on this Valentine’s than in recent years, as the dating game is back in full play. But what’s in a kiss, scientifically speaking? Sheril Kirshenbaum brought a less-ventured perspective to the topic at ideacity. This marine scientist turned smooch specialist dug into the history, literature and scientific research about why humans kiss, and what happens to the brain and body when lips are locked.