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interesting

one thing of note is that the physical makeup
of the male and female brain is different

i have read that the female brain has more
connections between the left and right hemispheres
what does this mean?

supposedly it means that men have better cognitive abilities
{on average}
and women are better at spacial memory

also i have to say tai chi and chi kung are great exercise

i can say ive slipped in the summer
but it greatly improves your
state of mind and health

toodles

back in the day we didnt have no old school

In reply to Re: Women Programmers, Sex, Tai Chi and Reincarnation by drfrog
in thread Women Programmers, Sex, Tai Chi and Reincarnation by mugwumpjism

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