8 Strange Biological Differences Between Women And Men You Never Heard Before

8 Strange Biological Differences Between Women And Men You Never Heard Before
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"Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus." Of course, they are different. They should be different too. Here we have bought in differences for you that you never knew of and these will fascinate you to know more.
Don't worry, I won't be listing down the regular biological differences. I bet, these are different. 

1. Men have longer eyelashes than women.

1. Men have longer eyelashes than women.

So, technically using a mascara isn't making you look more feminine, it's making you more masculine.

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2. The alcohol dehydrogenase activity is stronger in young men than women.

2. The alcohol dehydrogenase activity is stronger in young men than women.
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This is equally true vice versa.

3. A female's forehead tend to run vertically while male's forehead is sloped.

3. A female's forehead tend to run vertically while male's forehead is sloped.
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So, you can toss that cookie in your mouth.

4. Male jaw bones are comparatively heavier than those of females.

4. Male jaw bones are comparatively heavier than those of females.
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5. Blood flow in a man's body is more than a woman's body.

5. Blood flow in a man's body is more than a woman's body.
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6. Women are heating vampires.

6. Women are heating vampires.
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They take their cold hands and take away your heat. Women tend to stay cold while men tend to stay hot.

7. Women have cellulite because they have soft skin.

7. Women have cellulite because they have soft skin.
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That's actually the exact reason but not easier enough to peel off our skin eh. For more such stories do not forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

8. Only a mother can pass on mitochondrial DNA to her children.

8. Only a mother can pass on mitochondrial DNA to her children.
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So, if you are a guy and you have some kind of disease it will die with you.
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