Scent Bar, in central Los Angeles, is home to over 700 niche fragrances — several of which are neatly arranged here. Courtesy of LuckyScent hide caption

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The Scents And Sensibility Of LA's Nosy New Perfume Enthusiasts
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Do We Choose Our Friends Because They Share Our Genes?
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Your schnoz deserves more respect. epSos .de/Flickr hide caption

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Never Mind Eyesight, Your Nose Knows Much More
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The very sight of this lacy, green herb can cause some people to scream. The great cilantro debate heats up as scientists start pinpointing cilantrophobe genes. lion heart vintage/Flickr.com hide caption

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