What’s the difference between men and women?

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Men and women have always sensed there is a difference between them -- well, beyond the obvious.

But now, there is proof: Men and women have different brains. The differences may be slight, considering all that goes into the brain, but different enough that we notice it in our daily lives.

New research was done in England and they found that our brains are, indeed, wired differently by gender.

This edition of the Buckley Report takes a look at those differences and how they play themselves out in our everyday lives.

Editor's note: More information about the study this Buckley Report was based on can be found by clicking here


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