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Sunday, October 2, 2011

ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY has the same effect on men as cocaine.

It sounds like a dramatic (even ridiculous), statement, but a study of attractiveness by Harvard academics found that looking at a picture of a woman with facial characteristics like the Vogue cover girl causes a similar chemical reaction in the brain to the Class-A drug.

Test subjects were shown images of attractive females, the Daily Mail reports, and brain-imaging scans revealed that a prominent curved forehead; eyes, nose and mouth located relatively low; large eyes; round cheeks; and a small chin were among the features men found most attractive.

Source: Vogue

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