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There really is a thin line between love and hate - at least in the brain, scientists have shown.
A new study reveals that the brain's "love" and "hate" circuits share identical structures.
Both include regions known as the putamen and insula which are linked to aggression and distress.
Professor Semir Zeki, who carried out the brain scan study at University College London, said: "Hate is ofte…
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