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Ultraviolet Light Increases Sexual Desire In Humans, Study Confirms

Benjamin Taub of IFL Science reports it is often said that beautiful people are solar powered, and this increase in summertime attractiveness has now been confirmed by research that found that ultraviolet light enhances sexual desire in humans. Presenting their findings in the journal Cell Reports, the study authors reveal that exposure to the sun increases “romantic passion” in both men and women, and identify a skin protein called p53 that regulates the connection between sunshine and horniness. “It has been known for many years now that ultraviolet radiation from sunlight increases testosterone levels in males, and we also…
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