Alzheimer's: New Study Finds Big Differences in Male and Female Brain Activity
According to some new research, it turns out that there might be a big difference in brain activity between the genders.
Dr. Daniel G. Amen is a psychiatrist and brain disorder specialist from Newport, California. He’s part of a team that studies Alzheimer’s dementia, which is a lot more common in women. He also noticed that most brain disorders always affect one gender more than the other. He realized that if he could find out what makes men and women’s brains different, he might be able to discover something new about these diseases.