According to a study done in Australia, women’s immune systems react more strongly to the viruses that cause the common cold. Scientists speculate this is because of certain female horomones within the body, but don’t think it’s a permanent defense. Just a long lasting one.
Studies show that while there are less women in politics, they are less likely to be caught up in sex scandals than men. Women have different motivations when running for office; according to Debbie Walsh, director for the Center of American Women and Politics at Rutgers University, “women run for office to do something, and men run for office to be somebody,” a difference that affects how each gender acts once put in office.
Women are more intuitive with understanding new technology! When trying to understand new products, women are more intuitive and are better able to understand on their own. According to a study published by “The Chartered Institute for IT”, women’s ability to work in collaboration with others allows them to take their understanding to another level and produce better products. READ MORE.
It is well known that women can multitask in ways that men cannot. Now, the Penn State College of Medicine published findings indicating that women can not only multitask better than men, but with less sleep. After a busy work week with sleep restriction, women had less performance deterioration as well as a greater recovery. READ MORE.
Females are beginning to take over the field of law! New statistics on female lawyers are evidence of a turn in the domination of the lawyer profession. Female lawyers almost equal in number to males in the profession, and their percentages are at an all time high. Law.com reports that woman made up 51.4% of the state prosecutor positions. Even further promising is the fact that the numbers ring true globally! The Law Society of Western Australia recently published that women make up a steadily growing 46% of women in the profession. READ MORE
Update! As summer begins, allergies take over and can impact just about anyone. However, new studies reverse previous findings that women are more likely to suffer from allergies than men. A study with fourteen million blood tests showed that men are more sensitive towards eleven common allergies! READ MORE