Where do you find love in the brain?

A new study has discovered that love and desire activate specific but related areas in the brain.

Researchers analysed the results from 20 separate studies that examined brain activity while subjects engaged in tasks such as viewing erotic pictures or looking at photographs of their significant others.

They found that that two brain structures in particular, the insula and the striatum, are responsible for tracking the progression from sexual desire to love.

Read more at Concordia University