The findings could change how we diagnose and treat heart disease. They also demonstrate the importance of thinking about diversity in research.
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Why does COVID-19 affect men more than women? It could be related to the hormones that cause hair loss in men, a new hypothesis suggests.
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Women have a lower rate of colon cancer than men but a higher prevalence of the right-sided type that comes with a 20% increased risk of death.
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Why do people of different sexes vary in their susceptibility to various diseases? New research points to body fat and the immune system.
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Protein levels in a drop of blood can accurately predict someone's age, researchers say. The discovery sheds new light on how we age differently.
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Same-sex behavior in animals is not only "not costly" from a natural selection perspective, but it also may have important benefits.
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Cisgender children tend to gravitate toward the toys, clothing, and friendships stereotypically linked with that gender. Transgender children do the same, research finds.
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"[C]hildren's brains function similarly regardless of their gender..." according to a new neuroimaging study on math ability in boys and girls.
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