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Women Portray Stronger Immune Response As Compared to Men, Study Suggests

a different physiological response to stress that evolved differently from males because of motherhood. According to the authors," oxytocin, a hormone secreted by females in social contexts, may function as part of an alternative stress regulatory system that facilitates wound healing."

The alteration in the response of female rats' could have risen from the demands of motherhood, researchers seem to say in the study titled “Social isolation and the inflammatory response: sex differences in the enduring effects of a prior stressor”. This study has been carried out by Gretchen L. Hermes, Anthony Montag and Martha K. McClintock of the University of Chicago, and Louis Rosenthal of the University of Wisconsin, Madison and is published in the February issue of the American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology

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