The difference between men and women is not just in between the legs. It also includes coded natural information written on their hands. This explains why softer and more sensitive hands belong exclusively to women. Beyond that, science has also just hit on a possible explanation for the differences on the hands of men and women.
Coming from the McMaster University, Canada, is a research outcome which shows that touch receptors in women’s hands are packed tighter than in men handing them the trophy of the specie with the more sensitive hands.
To arrive at that conclusion, about 100 volunteers participated in the study. It was also noticed that the index finger is more sensitive than the little finger.
While this nature’s freebie can be used in many positive ways, a better advantage, according to researchers, lies in the hands of female surgeons and fashion designers. In these disciplines, women tend to be more precise and accurate, thanks to the densely packed receptors.