Women generally have a higher pain threshold than men, which is believed to be an evolutionary adaptation for childbirth.
Women can perceive a broader spectrum of colors, especially in the red-orange range, compared to men.
A woman's heart typically beats faster than a man's, even when at rest.
No two women have the same fingerprints, but female fingerprints tend to have finer patterns than males.
The female pelvis is broader and more flexible, aiding in childbirth and providing a unique walking gait.
While men's voices deepen during puberty, women's voices also undergo changes, becoming clearer and more melodic.
Studies suggest that women generally have a better episodic memory, recalling life events in more detail than men.
Women have two X chromosomes, but one becomes inactive during embryonic development, known as X-inactivation.
Women typically have a better sense of smell than men, which intensifies during certain phases of the menstrual cycle.
After menopause, women experience a more rapid decrease in bone density, making them more susceptible to conditions like osteoporosis.
Brain scans reveal that women have more connections between the left and right hemispheres, potentially enhancing multitasking abilities.