Women’s Tears Differ From Men’s

Written by Pat's Papers | Wednesday, 4 May 2011 12:50 PM

Did you know that woman have smaller tear ducts than men? That means if a man and a woman both tear up, the woman’s will end up on her cheeks much faster than a man’s. The Wall Street Journal says several new studies are looking at why humans cry, and how the experience and stimuli are different for men and women. One study found that women can pick up “subtle signs of sadness on a male face 90 percent of the time; man, on the other hand, can only decipher subtle sadness on a woman’s face 40 percent of the time.

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