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Stinky? It's Not His Sweat, It's Your Nose, Duke University Medical Center/Rockefeller University Study


9/17/2007 12:40:24 AM

CHICAGO (Reuters) - When it comes to a man's body odor, the fragrance -- or stench -- is in the nose of the beholder, according to U.S. researchers who suggest a single gene may determine how people perceive body odor. The study, published online on Sunday in the journal Nature, helps explain why the same sweaty man can smell like vanilla to some, like urine to others and for about a third of adults, have no smell at all.

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