Kiss and tell: study says saliva sharing a signal for babies learning about relationships

New research shows that for babies and toddlers, interactions specifically involving saliva exchange serve as a cue about social attachments and who they can count on. (Source: Pexels)
New research shows that for babies and toddlers, interactions specifically involving saliva exchange serve as a cue about social attachments and who they can count on. (Source: Pexels)

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Donald Trump-backed challenger loses Georgia primary

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp defeated his Donald Trump-backed challenger David Perdue on Tuesday after a furious push by the former president to punish Kemp for not overturning the 2020 election results. Kemp's victory sets up another general election race against Democrat Stacey Abrams, who was unopposed in her primary.