What is a woman talking about

Facts : Woman and man in numbers

How feminine and masculine is ...
... the earth? 6,974,036,375 billion people live on earth. Of these, 3,517,255,725 billion are male and only 3,456,780,650 are female.

... Germany? Around 80.2 million people live in Germany. Around 41 million female residents are compared to slightly more than 39 million men.

... Berlin? In Berlin, too, women are in the lead. A total of 3,517,424 people live in Berlin. Of these, 1,784,227 are female and 1,717,645 are male.

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The culmination
On average, the man needs four minutes to climax, while the woman takes eleven. A man's orgasm lasts an average of seven seconds. Women, on the other hand, can maintain orgasm for 20 to 60 seconds.

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Why men have nipples
Nipples are of relevance for women, not least because they are used by newborns to absorb their breast milk. The nipples develop early, even before the embryo is externally male or female, i.e. before the genital organs develop. Male and female embryos therefore look the same in the first eight to ten weeks of pregnancy. Even if the Y chromosome has already genetically determined that the embryo is male, it will have nipples. Only later do the male sexual organs develop under testosterone.

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5 years longer is life expectancy for women than that for men. So women live longer - why is that? You see a doctor much more often and can therefore have serious illnesses treated at an early stage. According to experts, the reason men avoid doctors is because of the social image of men. The man is the "strong sex" and must not show any physical or mental weaknesses or be influenced by painful illnesses. Smaller illnesses are often not cured sufficiently, the body becomes weaker over time and life expectancy decreases. Lifestyle also affects lifespan. Male behavior is often more risky and damaging to health: men make up the greater part of road deaths, pay less attention to a healthy diet and tend to consume heavy alcohol and nicotine. A survey by the Robert Koch Institute in 2010 showed that almost twice as many women as men never drink alcohol and that it is 10 percent fewer women who tend to consume at risk.

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1.1 kg Men eat meat a week - twice as much as women. Recommended values ​​are 300 to 600 grams in 7 days.

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Anisomastia is the asymmetry of the female breast. However, uneven breasts are more the rule than the exception. In 65 percent of all women, the left breast is larger than the right. In most cases, however, the difference in size is so small that it is not visible. Medically, too, it is usually unproblematic.

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What do the shark and the female vagina have in common?
"Squalene"! This is a lipid that is found in the oil of the shark liver and in the vaginal secretion of women. Squalene moisturizes the vagina when sexually aroused.

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One lasts 9 months average pregnancy, this is nothing new. What very few people knew, however: The man spends a comparably long period of time in the toilet over his entire life. Surveys have also shown that every third man extends the use of the toilet to around ten minutes - to read the sports section of the newspaper or an instruction manual. Also, one in 200 men keeps a curling iron in the bathroom.

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The cliché of female chatterboxes and taciturn men
Do women talk more than men? No, both genders speak about the same amount, on average they utter around 16,000 words per day. Previously it was said that women utter around 7,000 words a day, compared to men only 2000. The research team led by Matthias Mehl from the University of Arizona now has six years of conversations with almost 400 students from the USA and Mexico for the first time recorded on a special recorder developed in-house. Women came to an average of 16,215 words per day, men to 15,669. The women speak a few more words every day, but that is not a significant difference, according to the researchers.

The magazine for medicine and health in Berlin: "Tagesspiegel Gesund - Berlin's best doctors for women and men".

Further topics of the edition: What to do in case of hair loss From tablets to transplants. Truth and myth. Gender stereotypes under the microscope. Porn use.Are sex films a threat to youth health? Precaution.Health check-ups at health insurance costs. Woman's anatomy.Gender medicine. When the small difference becomes vital. Breast cancer. About living with an enemy in your own body. Mammography. What speaks for the screening - and what against it. Doctor's letters.Cervical cancer, endometriosis, cysts, myomas, testicular cancer, testicular pain.Life after cancer. Why the psyche suffers. Menstrual pain. Which provides relief from menstrual cramps. Loss of libidoand other disorders in the sex life of women. Menopause.What helps with the changeover? Natural medicine.Herbalism for women and men. Man's anatomy. Sex therapy. How conversations strengthen couples' intimacy. Erectile dysfunction.The doctor helps the potency on the jumps. Premature effusion.Occasionally arriving early is normal - but in the long run it is a problem. Prostate cancer. The navigator shows the way through the various therapy options.Interview.The twins Michael & Uli Roth had prostate cancer - now they are promoting prevention. The prostate sometimes presses on the urinary tract in old age. Testosterone. Everything about the stuff men are made of.Also: Urological and gynecological clinics and doctors - clearly arranged in tables. "Tagesspiegel Gesund" - Now in our shop

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