“It’s very sweet…[But] why would a father kiss his daughter on the lips? Don’t get it – creepy. Weird.”
Members of the royal family are reportedly asked to keep any public displays of affection on the down-low – but that doesn't always stop them
A new study finds that people are hard wired to turn their heads to the right when leaning in for a kiss, and men are more likely than women to initiate.
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A study by Dr. Alexander DeWees revealed that a passionate kiss, lasting about twenty seconds can burn up to 2-3 calories per minute, which is 180 calories if you keep it up for an hour. Kissing increases saliva production and this saliva washes away bacteria that can cause cavities, tooth decay, and plaque build-up. “It’s no exaggeration to say that saliva is your mouth’s most powerful defence against tooth decay,” explains a dental expert from mydentist “A dry mouth can not only lead to cavities, it can also cause bad breath and, far more seriously, gum disease.
Why people kiss with their eyes closed is one of life’s unanswered questions. “It was already known that increasing the demands of a visual task could reduce noticing of visual and auditory stimuli,” says Dr Sandra Murphy.