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Study: Younger brains helping keep women sharper than men of the same age

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Study: Younger brains helping keep women sharper than men of the same ageMen's brains are nearly four years "older" than those of females the same age, explaining why women stay sharper for longer in old age, according to new research.A study basing age on metabolism rather than birth date found an average...
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News video: Study Finds Women’s Brains Appear 3 Years Younger Than Men's

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A recent study could help explain why, as the years go by, women tend to stay mentally sharper than men.

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