Dan Abrams’ “Man Down” officially entered Book World’s Bestsellers list at #10 this week. Examining the relationships between men and women, Abrams uses scientific research to support his conclusion that women are, in fact, better than men.
In addition to being an author, Dan Abrams is a legal analyst for ABC News and the founder and CEO of the Abrams Media Network.
If you’ve wondered why the man in your life can’t taste the difference between a screw top bottle of wine from the drugstore and an aged merlot from your wine cellar, rest assured he is not alone. Women have been known to have more sensitive palettes that can detect subtle flavors better than men can. Women have more taste buds than men, which gives them greater sensitivity to sweet, sour, salty and bitter flavors .
Overall, women have a much better track record than men when it comes to taking care of their health and that now extends to their pearly whites. New research published in the Journal of Periodontology reveals that women are taking much better care of their teeth and gums than men.
Over the past few years, women have been starting and running successful businesses at an astounding rate. Although men are often seen as the captains of industry, statistics show that firms owned by women are actually doing better than firms owned by men have done over the past fourteen years.
A 2009 study released on Global Handwashing Day, October 15, found that women are much more likely to wash their hands after going to the bathroom.The majority of women used soap and water to wash their hands, while men needed constant, blunt reminders to wash up. We were pretty grossed out by the research proving single women are cleaner but this study really takes the cake.