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Kissing to The Right

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Kissing to The Right

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Kissing to The Right

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In the interesting but perhaps less-than-useful department, a study shows people have a 2-to-1 preference to lean their heads to the right when diving in for a smooch. Lynn Neary talks with Onur Gunturkun, professor of biopsychology at Ruhr University, Bochum, Germany, and author of the study.

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