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Women may biologically need friends more than men

By TC Newman, Buzz60 During times of stress, many people seek solace in the company of others. Now science is saying for women, social comfort is actually a biological need. Scientists from the University of Calgary studied physical responses in mice to see how males and females fared in the same situations. SEE ALSO: American kid's fitness ranks among the worst in the world Physical stress, like the type experienced during a 20-minute swim, elicited the same reaction from both genders, but social stress was a different story.
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