Published in Women's Health Weekly, April 8th, 2004
According to a study from the United States, "the brains of males and females differ, not only in regions specialized for reproduction, but also in other regions (controlling cognition, for example) where sex differences are not necessarily expected. Moreover, males and females are differentially susceptible to neurological and psychiatric disease. What are the origins of these sex differences' Two major sources of sexually dimorphic information could lead to sex differences in brain function."
"Male and female brain cells carry a different complement of sex chromosome genes and...
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