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Here’s one from the “I coulda told ya that” file. Women who read or hear about bad news are more adversely affected than men. Studies have shown that women’s cortisol (the “stress hormone”) levels are higher after they do stressful tasks than when they read neutral articles, and the difference in men’s levels are not as pronounced.

Tragic News Reports Weigh More Heavily on Women

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