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And it is time now for the Fox News helped fix -- wrap up of the week's top medical news.
When you talk to people online and on your phone get that you're actually releasing love or mountains here to explain unless it's in employment and hey Anna -- -- -- what do we have been five.
-- we're falling in love and.
Absolutely it does love -- and we're talking about according to a study conducted at Claremont university it's a graduate of the university in California.
While communicating through social media web sites and text messaging humans are releasing oxy token which is also known as -- warm out.
The brain doesn't really distinguish between real interaction in texting according to scientists in -- token.
Is a hormone that is also released during sex causing people especially women.
To feel a greater bond for their partner we're told it also helps reduce cortisol which is the primary stress -- out.
I -- if you want to fall -- love you got -- some compatibility right apparently does this new -- -- -- helps us do that threaten us scientists at imperial college in London.
Says that within the next decade it will be common for young people to do genetic testing and it will help them settle down the spouse.
-- ensure a healthy baby researchers say one of the reasons for the trend.
Is the decrease in price for DNA testing.
The scientist says it's unlikely that people have the luxury of using the technology to choose eye color and intelligence and will instead.
Focus on stopping genetic diseases critics argue that society is too caught up on celebrity status and physical perfection.
Opponents contend the practice is like playing god and should not be done because it could lead to more abortions and it's like all right hot weather god it's -- and that.
Makes -- angry right we're dealing with some of the hottest temperatures we've had.
And United States history -- if you noticed people around your run and on a short -- new research says there could be a link.
A new study from Northwestern University says there's real science behind why we get so cranky and he waves like this scientists say the trouble sleeping in dehydration.
And the cabin fever that we feel from trying to avoid the heat puts people in the generally bad bit overall and can.
Even increase aggression.
And violence experts say avoid possible heat induced road -- And if you're feeling snippy and don't make any big decision a hot topic let's -- -- here they're not even -- her night.
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