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What a Handshake Smells Like

A new paper argues that the gesture may have evolved to allow people to judge one another's scent signals.
Source: Jim Young / Reuters

In 2010, to prepare its dealers for the launch of a new sales promotion, the U.K. arm of Chevrolet commissioned

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