Women Have Better Memories

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A recent study claims that women have better memories than men.

The report found that women in their forties and fifties performed better in all memory measures than men even despite health changes like menopause. Now researchers did find that women who went through menopause showed a harder time learning new information, but their memory was not affected.

Research published in the journal Menopause looked at more than 200 middle aged men and women.

Women did better than men on all memory measures but postmenopausal women did not do as well as women before menopause.

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