Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Women's brains are four years younger than men's on average
Women may have the advantage over men when it comes to brainpower.
Their brains appear almost four years younger than men's on average, a study suggests.
The discovery may help to explain why women tend to stay mentally sharp longer than men in their later years.
Brain scans for men and women aged 20 to 82 found female brains are 3.8 years biologically younger than men's.