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Truth, Revealed!: Why Women Talk (A Lot) More Than Men

Ladies, do you ever get the feeling like you have a lot more to say than pretty much all of the men in your life? Well, according to a new study, that's because you do. Actually, you have approximately 13,000 more words to say each day than your male counterparts.

The study cites higher levels of a language protein found in women's brains when compared to men. It also asserts that girls learn to speak earlier than boys, leading to increased verbal communication.

Bill and Martha had some fun with this segment on today's America's Newsroom. Take a look:


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