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Yuu fai, a treatment used in Thailand after childbirth to dry up the body. The woman is seated under a tent, and a smallpot containing burning herbs is placed in the tent to fumig ate the body. It is related to the ancient Chinese practice of body smoking.
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Woman sleeping.
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Researcher studying the effects of copuline, a pheromone produced by vaginal secretions during ovulation. Inhalation of copuline raises testosterone levels, but may not increase the desire to copulate. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies.(c) Mona Lisa
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Researcher studying the effects of copuline, a pheromone produced by vaginal secretions during ovulation. Inhalation of copuline raises testosterone levels, but may not increase the desire to copulate. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies.(c) Mona Lisa
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Researcher studying the effects of copuline, a pheromone produced by vaginal secretions during ovulation. Inhalation of copuline raises testosterone levels, but may not increase the desire to copulate. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies.(c) Mona Lisa
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Research tools for studying the effects of copuline, a pheromone produced by vaginal secretions during ovulation. Inhalation of copuline raises testosterone levels, but may not increase the desire to copulate. Courtesy of the film, BuildingBabies. (c) Mona Lisa
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Man looking at a photo of a woman while inhaling copuline, apheromone produced by vaginal secretions during ovulation. Inhalation of copuline raises testosterone levels, but may not increase the desire to copulate. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies. (c) Mona Lisa
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Men looking at photos of women while inhaling copuline, a pheromone produced by vaginal secretions during ovulation. Inhalation of copuline raises testosterone levels, but may not increase the desire to copulate. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies. (c) Mona Lisa
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Researcher studying the effects of copuline, a pheromone produced by vaginal secretions during ovulation. Inhalation of copuline raises testosterone levels, but may not increase the desire to copulate. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies.(c) Mona Lisa
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In love, a young nude man and woman in romantic embrace against a white background. The man has a designer-style beard and the woman has long dark hair.
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In love, a young nude man and woman kiss nose to nose against a white background. The man has a designer-style beard andthe woman has long dark hair.
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Transparent glass man and woman, showing the organs involvedin sexual attraction, especially those that secrete sex hor mones. The testes in the male and the ovaries in the female are highlighted, and in both the male and the female, the brain is shown with the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus highlighted.
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Man and woman kissing. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies. (c) Gombergh/Mona Lisa
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MRI of a man and woman kissing. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies. (c) Gombergh/Mona Lisa
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Illustration of perspiration on the skin. Male testosterone transforms into a chemical substance, androsterone, which prespiration drives to the surface of the skin. This substanceis eaten by miniscule bacteria that emit vapors with an agr eeable odor. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies. (c) ICAM/Mona Lisa
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Illustration of the vomeronasal organ (VNO), or Jacobson's organ, an auxiliary olfactory sense organ in the nose. This primitive organ has no connection with our sense of smell; itpicks-up odorless pheromones. It sends direct signals to th e animal brain without passing through the superior brain. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies. (c) Mona Lisa
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Electrical activity in the vomeronasal organ (VNO), or Jacobson's organ, an auxiliary olfactory sense organ in the nose.This primitive organ has no connection with our sense of sm ell; it picks-up odorless pheromones. It sends direct signals to the animal brain without passing through the superior brain. Courtesy of the film, Building Babies. (c) Mona Lisa
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Scalp: sweat glands (glandula sudorifera), cross section, 60x lm hf (image-technical abbreviations: lm = light microscope, hf = bright field).
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Photomicrograph of a human axillary sweat gland, longitudinal section, H &E stain, mag. 130x (at 24 x 36 mm).
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Illustration of skin tissue: epidermis, dermis, hair, hair follicle, erector pili muscle, sebaceous gland, sweat gland, nerve fibers, blood vessels and subcutaneous tissue. The epidermis is raised to show the dermal papillae.
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MRI of a normal brain, axial section, highlighting the hypothalamus (orange). (c) Sovereign
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Nude man and woman holding hands, looking at each other, andfacing towards the viewer.
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Man romancing with a woman sitting in a wheelchair and smiling.
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Two young men staring into each others eyes.
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