Bad News Has More of an Impact on Women Than on Men

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By Molly Grady

According to Canadian researchers, reading bad news has more of an impact on women than men.

They found that after reading negative news stories, women had higher levels of the hormone cortisol, which indicates higher levels of stress.

The women also had a better recollection of the bad news they read.

 



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