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Measure ears for jealousy

London, Aug. 22 (Reuters): If you are worried about jealousy ruining your love life, hereís the latest scientific advice: try measuring your partnerís ears. Or feet.

Researchers have found that asymmetrical people are more likely to be jealous in love than those who are symmetrical.

Scientists have long shown that people whose faces and bodies are the same on both sides are considered more attractive and have an easier time attracting mates. William Brown of Dalhousie University in Halifax wanted to test how that effects jealous behaviour, one of the strategies people use to keep their lovers from roaming, New Scientist magazine reported today.

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