Women’s brains act younger than men’s, says study


National News

February 6, 2019 - 11:08 AM

When it comes to the battle of the brains, ladies rule.

A new study reveals that female brains, on average, act nearly four years younger than their chronological age while men’s brains act more than two years older.

The study, which included 84 males and 121 females, notes the subjects underwent positron emission tomography scans to measure the flow of glucose and oxygen in their brains.

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