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Women’s brains are significantly more active in many more regions than men’s, according to new research. The findings could help explain why women are more vulnerable to anxiety, depression, insomnia and eating disorders.

 The study by scientists from Amen Clinics in California is the biggest brain imaging survey to date. It compared over 46,000 brain scans from nine clinics and analyzed the differences between male and female brains.

Women’s brains are significantly more active in many more regions than men’s, according to new research. The findings could help explain why women are more vulnerable to anxiety, depression, insomnia and eating disorders.

The study by scientists from Amen Clinics in California is the biggest brain imaging survey to date. It compared over 46,000 brain scans from nine clinics and analyzed the differences between male and female brains.

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