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Can PDA Save Your Life?

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I’ve always felt strongly about PDA. A little hand holding and quick kisses are okay with me. That’s a perfectly appropriate way to show your affection for the one you love. It’s when PDA gets more intense that I have a problem.

Other than that, I haven’t really thought too much about PDA, until the researchers from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill found an interesting point to PDA. The study found that animals that share intimate moments together are more likely to survive than animals that live out their days alone.

The researchers found that the animals that show affection form deeper bonds and, as a result, are better equipped to reproduce and pass on their genes to the next generation.

Of course, this practice applies to humans as well. Do you agree with this study? I have to say that I do.

Ally | Elite.

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