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Yes, male and female brains are structured differently

[July 20, Armin Raznahan] and his team published a study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that not only reported reliable sex ...
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Viewpoint: We need more female animals included in research projects

In 2011, Annaliese Beery and Irving Zucker of the University of California, Berkeley, analyzed biomedical literature and reported that studies ...
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Infographic: Why are women less likely to die from coronavirus?

Gender-specific observations and implications for COVID-19 paired with global reported cases indicate men are 50% to 80% more likely to ...
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Is there a difference in the way men and women perceive and react to emotions?

Social cognition includes the ability to represent other people's intentions and beliefs, and the ability to share and recognise the ...
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Do men and women feel pain differently? The answer could lead to better treatments for chronic pain

According to the CDC, one fifth of American adults live with chronic pain, and women are affected more than men ...
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Viewpoint: Neuroscientists cannot afford to ignore differences between male, female brains

Diseases like Alzheimer’s and schizophrenia manifest differently in men and women, and that’s important to know ...
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Cancer has a male bias and we’re just starting to understand why

More than half of neurooncologist Josh Rubin’s pediatric brain cancer patients over his 25-year career have been boys. … About a ...
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Do men and women feel pain differently?

Pain researchers are opening their eyes to the spectrum of responses across sexes. Results are starting to trickle out, and ...
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Viewpoint: We can’t ignore scientific evidence about male, female brain differences

It's obvious to just about anyone who is paying attention — and to most biologists, in particular — that there ...