Judi and Nadia Clash When It Comes to Using a Drug To Fall Back in Love | Loose Women

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Jane, Judi, Nadia and Kaye discuss whether you can ever fall back in love with somebody. According to Oxford University, certain chemicals could be prescribed to enhance our abilities to find love or to increase the possibility of actually staying in love.

From series 26, broadcast on 10/06/22

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