Roses are red, violets are blue, and your microbiome makes me love you. Does it really? Well, according to one researcher, it does.
In an article published by the British Columbia Medical Journal, Bill Miller, a medical doctor who serves as a scientific advisor to OmniBiome Therapeutics, writes that sexual attraction between two people is determined by the microorganisms that make up each individual’s microbiome. So, what is a m...
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