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In the endless search to make sense of American politics, scientists have determined that smell matters.
A new study found people 75 to 90 years old have a recognizable smell that can't be explained fully by diet, environment or anything else. It was distinctive enough that younger participants could identify an older person by body odor alone--but not unpleasant. In fact, older men and women were rated as less intense and less unpleasant smelling than other age groups.
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