WASHINGTON — Suit pressed, mind ready and resume in hand. When preparing for a job interview, most people take every precaution to convey the best impression possible. But aside from body odor, not many people pay attention to the odors that surround them.
“There’s a lot of research that’s begun now, where people are looking at how the environment affects our well-being,” said Jeannette Haviland-Jones, of Rutgers University in New Jersey. “We tend to think of ourselves as separate from the environment, but we’re not. We create our environment.”
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