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Women’s Brains Appear Three Years Younger Than Men’s

News   Feb 05, 2019 | Original Press Release from Washington University School of Medicine

 
Women’s Brains Appear Three Years Younger Than Men’s

Manu Goyal, MD, oversees a brain scan. Goyal and colleagues have found that women's brains appear to be three years younger than men's of the same age. The findings could explain why women maintain their cognitive skills longer than men. Credit: Matt Miller

 
 
 

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