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Head's Up, Men! Ladies Can Detect When You're Healthy - And It Turns Them On!

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Sorry gents - gents who like the ladies, anyway!

It's not just your toned bods for which they're lusting - it's your antibodies!

According to researchers at Abertay University in the UK, women can detect that men with high levels of testosterone have a healthy immune system, and therefore, will generally find that more attractive than someone they may perceive to be weak or sick!

In the study conducted,

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New Study Reveals Low IQs And Conservative Values Lead To Prejudice!

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Well, we could have told you this without a research project!

According to the findings of a study conducted by Gordon Hodson, a psychologist at Brock University in Ontario, adults with lower intelligence are more prone to gravitate toward socially conservative ideologies, which, because they stress a resistance to change, also leads to prejudice!

According to social and cognitive psychologist Brian Nosek:

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Fast Food Is The Most Popular Amongst The Lower Middle Class

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Although the poor are usually the economic class we assume eat the most fast food, a new study of 5,000 Americans has revealed the biggest consumer to be the middle class.

After studying data from surveys asking participants about restaurant dining habits, income, race, gender, age and education, researchers from the University of California, Davis, found that visits to fast food joints rose along with annual income up to $60,000.

Senior study author J. Paul Leigh believes the study proves fast food is not the only reason that poor people are more likely to be obese, explaining:

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