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Love: The Cure for Damaged Heart?

Recent research found that injecting oxytocin under the skin helped rats with damaged hearts repair cells and improve function, thanks to oxytocin's anti-inflammatory properties.

Dr. Mercola (who doesn't seem to use a first name) riffs on this, reminding us that we don't need to huff or inject the good stuff to get the benefits. I don't think we're so different than rats, so it probably does work for us, as well.