body odour


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Synonyms for body odour

malodorousness resulting from a failure to bathe

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Or talk about a fictitious friend who has this problem with personal hygiene and how you have tried every possible way of letting the pal know that his body odour is offensive and how your advice finally struck home.
Our findings provide the first evidence of how chemical compounds found in body odour can be used to develop effective bait traps to control dengue and chikungunya.
Body odour depends on where the excess sweating occurs and which type of sweat glands are involved.
Sweating and body odour are facts of life for most people.
With growing consumer awareness of body odour, demand for deodorants is expected to remain strong.
They suggest some people may have developed a body odour that is less attractive to mosquitoes, which could then have been handed down through natural selection of favourable genes, as it would protect against diseases such as dengue fever and malaria.
BODY ODOUR, at its very extreme, can ruin job interviews or first dates.
Not only have body odor signals been shown to convey messages about genetic connection, dating and general health, but body odours produced from individuals in specific emotional states have been shown to affect both the neural and behavioral states of the receiver, whether or not they are consciously aware of the source of the body odour.
Matching flowers and body odour for your special someone.
Considering Bahrain's hot climate, it is normal that we all sweat and it produces body odour.
We have shown that this is because those lucky people are producing natural repellents in their body odour - almost as if the body has a natural defence.
QA FEMALE colleague of mine has a real problem with body odour.
People other than lorry drivers can suffer body odour.
MY new man has got really bad body odour and I don't know how to tell him.
To the Editor: We read with interest Dr A Lawrence's recent SAMJ case report of a young man who presented with persistent preoccupation with personal body odour in the absence of any physical abnormalities.