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Some interesting research is being done at Kansas State University that says the scent of freshly cut grass makes people feel happy. Apparently there are grass-scented candles that not only sell well in the spring and summer, but are a top-seller all year-round. I stopped by Marion Lane Candles & Gifts in Topeka to check out the elated scent.
- Kansas First News Meteorologist, Kyle Borchert