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Old 03-24-2020, 03:48 PM
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From the linked article..."women are more likely than men and boys to make connections between bad events in the past and possible negative events in the future, which could also increase anxiety about what lies ahead"

Also, according to a recent Forbes article, "Based on data and analysis released by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, a recent New York Times article suggests that men may be more at risk than women: although men and women have been infected in roughly equal numbers, the death rate among men was 2.8%, compared with 1.7% among women."

Why Do Women Worry So Much? | Live Science
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