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 Explaining "Man Flu"    男人比女人脆弱——男性比女性更易得病?


Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses a new study that claims the sexes handle stress and sickness differently.

 

据最新研究显示,性别的差异决定了男女掌控情绪能力各异。另外,男女对疾病的抵抗能力也有所差异。但是,跌破眼镜的研究显示,男性可能比女性更容易得病,原因是什么呢?



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In this morning's Health Watch, the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendency to, I don't wanna say why, but perhaps complain a little bit more at the first sight they have a sniff or even a slight headache, complain like at the end of the world. Well, a new study suggests man actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jennifer Ash is here with the details. So with this actually giving a little fuel to the fire?

There are may in fact be evidence now scientifically that there is a real entity called the wimp factor, so they looked at the study in South Korea 1200 workers. Ask them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and ask them how many they had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick due to a cold over that time of period. They didn't have a lot of women in the study because in South Korea not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real entity called the wimp factor.

So this seems it tied a little bit more to the stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, might come out a little bit differently because there are women who work outside the home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are something different in the immune system?

Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormone differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to be the same entity between men and women. We know now that's not true. (Right.) The women actually experience in slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the flipside, women also aren't perhaps as ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel that they can.

Exactly. Traditionally, women are the caregivers in the home at least. And a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more stoic . They can't get sick. You know, they just don't have that flexibility in their day-to-day life. Who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick? So potentially that has something to do with all that stuff.

And men are used to be taken care of. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you’re watching, I wanna throw him into the bus. But you know some men do sort of you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be accomplices in perpetrating this. You know men can complain more because they can complain more. And traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be accustomed to expressing their feelings. When they are happy or sad or feeling ill, so all these things can really stack the deck against them when they do get sick or you are gonna hear about it.

So really the bottom line takes away is we’re still stronger because we can handle it better right?

Oh, I think so.


Jen, thanks.

You bet.

Not that either one of us is biased.

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In this morning's Health Watch the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendancy to, I don't want to say wild, but perhaps complain a little more at the first sight they have a sniff or even a slight headache, complain peccancy of the world. A new study suggests man actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jeniffer is here with the details. So with this actually giving a little fuel to the fire?

There are men in fact be evidence now. Scientifically, that there is a real antonym called the win factor so they looked into study in South Korea 200 workers. Ask them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and ask them how many they had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick do it in cold over that time of period. It didn't have a lot of women in that sutdy because in South Korea, not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real antonym called the win factor.

So this seems like a title a little bit more to the stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, // a little bit differently because there are women who work outside at their home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are certain difference in immune system?

Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormone differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to the the same antonym between men and women. We know now that's not true. The women actually experience incidence slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the footside, women also, aren't perhaps as you ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel that they can.

Exactly. Traditionally, women are the character lives in their homes at least. And a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more // they can't get sick. You know, they just don't have the flexibility in their day-to-day life. Who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick. So potentially that has something to do with the //.

And men are used to be taking care of that. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you watch, I want to throw him in the bus. But you know some men do sort of you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, you know, we could be a // this. You know men can complain more because they can complain more. Traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be as custom to expressing their feelings. When they are happy, sad or feeling ill, so all theses things can really stack and stack again when they do get sick or you will hear about it.

So really the bottom line takes away as well the worst, the stronger because we can handle it right?

Well, I think so.
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In this morning's Health Watch the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendancy to, I don't want to say wild, but perhaps complain a little more at the first sight they have a sniff or even a slight headache, complain   like the end of   the world. A new study suggests man actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jeniffer Ashton is here with the details. So with this actually giving a little fuel to the fire?

There are men in fact be evidence now. Scientifically, that there is a real entity called the win factor so they looked into study in South Korea 200 workers. Ask them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and ask them how many they had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick due to  cold over that time of period. It didn't have a lot of women in that sutdy because in South Korea, not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real entity called the win factor.

So this seems like a title a little bit more to the stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, // a little bit differently because there are more women who work outside at their home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are certain difference in immune system?

Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormone differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to the the same entity between men and women. We know now that's not true. The women actually experience incidence slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the flipside, women also, aren't perhaps as you ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel that they can't.

Exactly. Traditionally, women are the care-giver in their homes at least. And a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more // they can't get sick. You know, they just don't have the flexibility in their day-to-day life. Who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick. So potentially that has something to do with the sick.

And men are used to be taking care of that. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you watch, I want to throw him in the bus. But you know some men do sort of you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be complaisance, in perpetuating this. You know, men can complain more because they can complain more. Traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be as custom to expressing their feelings. When they are happy, sad or feeling ill, so all theses things can really stack and stack again when they do get sick or you will hear about it.

So really the bottom line takes away as well the worst, the stronger because we can handle it right?

Well, I think so.
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In this morning's Health Watch the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendency to, I don't want to say why, but perhaps complain a little more at the first sight they have a sniff or even a slight headache, complain like the end of the world. Well, a new study suggests man actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jeniffer Ash is here with the details. So with this actually giving a little fuel to the fire?

There are men in fact be evidence now. Scientifically, that there is a real antonym called the wimp factor so they looked at the study in South Korea 200 workers. Ask them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and ask them how many they had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick do it in cold over that time of period. It didn't have a lot of women in that study because in South Korea, not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real antonym called the wimp factor.

So this seems like a title a little bit more to the stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, // a little bit differently because there are women who work outside at their home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are something difference in immune system?

Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormone differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to the same antonym between men and women. We know now that's not true. The women actually experience in slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the flipside, women also, aren't perhaps as ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel that they can.

Exactly. Traditionally, women are the character lives in their homes at least. And a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more stoical. They can't get sick. You know, they just don't have that flexibility in their day-to-day life. Who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick? So potentially that has something to do with the //.

And men are used to be taking care of that. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you watch, I want to throw him in the bus. But you know some men do sort of you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be accomplices in perpetrating this. You know men can complain more because they can complain more. And traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be accustomed to expressing their feelings. When they are happy, sad or feeling ill, so all these things can really stack and stack against when they do get sick or you will hear about it.

So really the bottom line takes away as we’re still stronger because we can handle it better right?

Well, I think so.
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In this morning's Health Watch the truth about "Men Flu". Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendency to, I don't want to say whine but perhaps complain a little bit more the first sign of sniff or even a slight headache, complain like it's the end of the world. Well, a new study suggests men actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr.Jennifer Ash is here with the details.

So is this actually giving a little fuel to their fire? There may in fact be evidence now scientifically that there is a real entity called the wimp factor. So they looked at a study in South Korea 1200 workers; asked them about their levels of stress and went back six month later and aksed them how many had colds. In fact, people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men, were 74% more likely to call a sick due to a cold over that time period. They didn't have a lot of women in this study becasue in South Korea, not as many women work. Right. But it does appear to support that there is a real entity called wimp factor.

So this seems like it's tied a little bit more to the stress in your job, which, you know, in United States, as you mentioned that it may come out a little differently (correct)because more women work outside the home. However, did that translate to a real medical evidence that there is something different in immune system? Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women, yet. But, of course, possible theories include some hormonal differences that may make man actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember, in the past, heart disease was thought to be the same entity between men and women. We know now that's not true.(Right) The women actually experience in a slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently that they may feel sicker than women do. But,on the flip side, women also aren't perhaps as ready to say I feel terrible. Because they don't feel that they can. Exactly, (in) traditionally women are the care-givers in their homes at least. And a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force,they have to be stoic. They can't get sick. You know, they just don't have that flexibility in they day to day life. Who will take care of the children if the mom gets sick? So, potentially, that has somthing to do with it all.

And our men are used to be taken care of. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you are watching, I want to throw him onto the bus.But, some men do sort of , you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be accomplices in perpetuating this. You know, men can complain more because they can complain more. (Right) And traditionally, they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be accustomed to expressing their feelings when they are happy or sad or feelling ill. So all these things really stack the deck against when they do get sick or you will hear about it.

So really, the bottom line takes away as we're still stronger because we can handle it better, right? Well , I think so.
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In this morning health watch the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have the tendancy to I dont want to say why but  perhaps complain a little bit more, the first symptom a sniff or slight headach? Complain this is the end of the world. Well, new study suggests men actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jennifer Ashton is here with the details. So this is actually giving a little fuel to their fire?
They may in fact be in evidence now. Scientifically there is a real entity called wind factor. So they look at the study in south Korea. 1200 workers asked them about their levels of stress, then went back six monthes later, then asked them, "how many had colds?" In fact, that people who would support it that they had the highest stress in their work, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick due to the call over the time period. They dont have a lot of women in that study because in south Korea not many women work but it does appear to support that there is a real entity called wind factor.
So this seems like the title a little bit more to the stress in your job which in the United States you know as you imagine it may come out a little bit differ.
Correct.
As more women work outside the home. However does that translate to a real medical evidence that there is sth different in the immune system?
Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actually evidence to support a difference between men and women. Yet but of course possible theories include hormonal differences that may make men actually become a little sicker when they exposed to the cold viruse. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to be same * between men and women. We know now that is not true, that women actually experience a slightly differnt manners. The cold viruse may turn out to be the same thing. There might be a little differences between men and women. So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do.
Right.
But on the flip side, women also ain't perhaps as ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel they can.
Exactly, in traditionally women are the care givers in their home at least and a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more stone. They can't get sick. You know they just dont have that flexibility in their day to day life. Who will take care of the children if the mom gets sick. so potentially that has sth to do with it all also.
And men used to be taking care of that's why sometimes not all men...my husband, if you are watching I dont want to throw him out of the bus. But you know some men do sort of act like a big baby when they are sick.
Well, we could be accompanies when in * You know men can complain more because they can complain more. and traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be accustomed too to express their feelings when they are happy or sad or feeling ill. So all these things can really stalk the deck against them when they do get sick. Boy, you gonna hear about it.
So really the bottom line taken away as we are still stronger 'cause we can handle a better way.
Well I think so.
Jen, thanks.
You bet
Neither one of us will fire...
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In this morning's Health Watch the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendency to, I don't wanna say why, but perhaps complain a little more at the first sight they have a sniff or even a slight headache, complain like the end of the world. Well, a new study suggests man actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jeniffer Ash is here with the details. So with this actually giving a little fuel to the fire?

There are men in fact be evidence now. Scientifically, that there is a real entity called the wimp factor so they looked at the study in South Korea 1200 workers. Ask them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and ask them how many they had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick do it in cold over that time of period. It didn't have a lot of women in that study because in South Korea, not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real entity  called the wimp factor.

So this seems like a title a little bit more to the stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, my command a little bit differently because there are women who work outside at their home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are something difference in the immune system?

Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormone differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to be the same  entity between men and women. We know now that's not true. The women actually experience in slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the flipside, women also, aren't perhaps as ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel that they can.

Exactly. Traditionally, women are the character lives in their homes at least. And a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more stoic . They can't get sick. You know, they just don't have that flexibility in their day-to-day life. Who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick? So potentially that has something to do with all that stuff.

And men are used to be taking care of that. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you watch, I wanna throw him in the bus. But you know some men do sort of you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be accomplices in perpetrating this. You know men can complain more because they can complain more. And traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be accustomed to expressing their feelings. When they are happy, sad or feeling ill, so all these things can really stack and stack against when they do get sick or you are gonna hear about it.

So really the bottom line takes away as we’re still stronger because we can handle it better right?
Oh,I think so
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In this morning's Health Watch the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendency to, I don't wanna say whine, but perhaps complain a little bit more about the first sight of a sniff or even a slight headache, complain like it’s the end of the world. Well, a new study suggests men actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jennifer Ashton is here with the details. So is this actually giving a little fuel to their fire?

There may, in fact, be evidence now scientifically that there is a real entity called the wimp factor. So they looked at a study in South Korea 1200 workers, asked them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and asked them how many had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick due to a cold over that time period. They didn't have a lot of women in that study, because in South Korea, not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real entity called the wimp factor.

So this seems like it’s tied a little bit more to the stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, may come out a little bit differently (Correct.) because there are more women work outside the home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are something different in the immune system?

Well, in terms of the physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormonal differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to the same entity between men and women. We know now that's not true, that women actually experience in slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience it differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the flip side, women also aren’t, perhaps, as ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel that they can.

Exactly. Traditionally women are the care-givers in their homes at least and a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more stoic, they can't get sick. You know, if they just don't have the flexibility in their day-to-day life, who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick, so potentially that has something to do with it all though.

And our men are so used to be taking care of that, that's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you’re watching, I want to throw him in the bus, but some men do sort of, you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be accomplices in perpetuating this, you know, men can complain more because they can complain more. Traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be as accustomed to expressing their feelings when they are happy or sad or feeling ill, so all these things can really stack the deck against them, when they do get sick, boy, you are gonna hear about it.

So really the bottom line take away as we’re still stronger ‘cause we can handle it better, right?

Well, I think so.

Jen, thanks.

You bet

Not that either one of us is biased.
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In this morning`s Health Watch, the truth about man flu. Have you noticed that sometimes, certain men have the tendency to, I don’t want to say whine, but perhaps complain a little bit more about the first sign of sniff or even a slight headache, complain like it`s the end of the world. Well, new studies suggest that men actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jennifer Ashton is here with the details. So, is this actually giving a little fuel to the fire?

There may in fact be evidence. Now scientifically there is a real entity that called the Wimp Factor, so they looked at a study in South Korea, 1,200 workers, asked them about their levels of stress, then went back 6 months later and asked them how many had colds. In fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their jobs, the men, were 74% more likely to call in sick due to a cold over that time period. They don’t have a lot of women in this study because in South Korea not as many women work, but it does appear to support that there is a real entity called the Wimp Factor.

So this seems like it`s tied a little bit more to the stress near job which, you know, in the US, as you mentioned my come out a little bit differently, because more women work outside their home. However, does that translate into a real medical evidence that there is something different in the immune system?

Well, in term of physiology there is no an actual evidence to support the difference between men and women yet, but of course possible theories including the hormonal differences that make man actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold viruses. Remember, in the past the heart disease was thought to be the same entity between men and women. We know now it`s not true, that women actually experience in slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between man and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, they feel sicker that women do. But, on the flipside, women also aren’t perhaps as ready to say “I feel terrible” because they don’t feel they can.

Exactly. Traditionally women are the care-givers at home at least, and a lot more women certainly in this country in workforce, they have to be more ….., they can`t get sick. You know, data don’t have that flexibility in their daily lives. Who will take care of the children if their mom gets sick? So potentially that has something to do with it all though.

And our men are so used to be taking care of, that`s why sometimes not all men----my husband, if you watch him, I want to throw him out of the bus, but some men do sort of, you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we can be accomplices when perpetuating this. You know, men can complain more because they can complain more. And traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be accustomed to expressing their feelings when they are happy, they are said or feeling ill. So all these things can really stack the deck against them, when they do get sick. Boy, you are gonna hear about it.

So really the bottom-line take away is we are still stronger as we can handle about it, right?

Oh, I think so.

Jane, thanks.

You bet.

No thanks, neither one of us is biased.
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In this morning's Health Watch the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendency to, I don't wanna say whine, but perhaps complain a little bit more at the first sign of a sniffle or even a slight headache, complain like it's the end of the world. Well, a new study suggests men actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jennifer Ashton is here with the details. So is this actually giving a little fuel to their fire?

There may, in fact be evidence now scientifically that there is a real entity called the wimp factor. So they looked at the study in South Korea, 1200 workers, asked them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and asked them how many / had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick due to a cold over that time period. It didn't have a lot of women in that study because in South Korea, not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real entity called the wimp factor.

So this seems like it’s tied a little bit more to those stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, might come out a little bit differently (Correct.) because there are more women work outside their home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are something different in the immune system?

Well, in terms of the physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormonal differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to the same entity between men and women. We know now that's not true. The women actually experience in slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the flip side, women also, aren't perhaps as ready to say "I feel terrible" because they don't feel that they can.

Exactly. Traditionally, women are the care-givers in their home at least and a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more stoic. They can't get sick. You know, they just don't have that flexibility in their day-to-day life. Who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick? So potentially that has something to do with it also.

And men are used to be taking care of that. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you are watching, I wanna throw him in the bus. But you know some men do sort of you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be accomplices in perpetuating this. You know men can complain more because they can complain more. And traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be as accustomed to expressing their feelings when they are happy or sad or feeling ill. So all these things can really stack the deck against them, when they do get sick, boy, you are gonna hear about it.

So really the bottom line take way as we’re still stronger because we can handle it better right?
Oh
, I think so.

Jen, thanks, you bet, not that either of us is biased.
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[Homework]2011-02-09&02-11 其实男人比女人更脆弱

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In this morning's  Health Watch  the truth about man flu
Have you ever noticed that sometimes certian men have tend to do, I don't want say why, but perhaps complain a little bit more the first time they have a sniff or even a slight headache, complain like its the end of the world. Well new study suggests  men actually do get sick more often than women do. Doctor Janifer Ashton is here with the detials.
So is this actually  giving a little fuel to their fire?
There may in fact be evidence now  scientifically that there is a real entity called then wimp-factor, so they looked at a study in South Korea , 1200 workers, asked them about their level of stress then went back 6 months later and asked them how many had colds, in fact the people who were supported that thay had the highest stress in their job, the  men were 74% more likely to call in sick due to a cold over that time period, they didn't have a lot women in the study because in South Korea, not as many women  work,(right), but it does apprear to support  that  there is a real entity called a wimp-factor.
So this seems like its tied  a little bit more to the stress in your job,  which , you know in the United State, as you mention , might come out a little bit differently (correct) more women work outside their home. However, dose that translate to a real medical evidence that there is something different in the immune system?
Well, in terms of the physiology , there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women, yet, but of course possible theories include some hormonal differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus . Remember, in the past heart disease was thought to be the same entity between men and women, we know now, that's not true. (right)that  women actually experience it in slightly diffrerent manners , The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing, there might be differences between men and women.
So there is  a chance that they experience differently  that they may feel sicker than women do, but on the flip side, women also aren't perhaps as ready to say  I feel terrible, because they don't feel that they can,
Exactly, in traditionally, women are the care givers in their home at least, and a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force, they have to be more stoic, they can't get sick, you know, they just don't have that flexibility in their day to day life, who will take care of the children if the mom gets sick, so potentially that has something to do with it also
And I mean so you should be taking care of that, that's why sometimes ,  not all men, my husband, if you are watching it, I wanna throw out of the bus, but , you know some men do  sort of, you know, act like big babies when they are sick.
Well , we could be accomplices in perpetuating this, you know men can complain more because they can complaine more. ( right) And traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention, they may not be as accustom to  expressing their feelings when they are happy or sad or feeling ill . So all these things can really stack the  deck against them ,When they do get sick, boy, you gonna hear about it.  
So really , the bottom line take away is we are still stronger cause we can handle it better , right?
Oh, I think so,
Jen, thanks, you bet , now that either of us is virus





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In this morning's Health Watch the truth about man flu. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendency to, I don't wanna say why, but perhaps complain a little bit more at the first sight they have a sniff or even a slight headache, complain like it’s the end of the world. Well, a new study suggests man actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jeniffer Ash is here with the details. So with this actually giving a little fuel to the fire?

There are men in fact be evidence now. Scientifically, that there is a real entity called the wimp factor so they looked at the study in South Korea 1200 workers. Ask them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and ask them how many they had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the highest stress in their job, the men were 74% more likely to call in sick do it in cold over that time of period. It didn't have a lot of women in that study because in South Korea, not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real entity  called the wimp factor.

So this seems like a title a little bit more to the stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, my command a little bit differently because there are women who work outside at their home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are something difference in the immune system?

Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormone differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to be the same  entity between men and women. We know now that's not true. The women actually experience in slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the flipside, women also, aren't perhaps as ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel that they can.

Exactly. Traditionally, women are the caregivers in their homes at least. And a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force. They have to be more stoic . They can't get sick. You know, they just don't have that flexibility in their day-to-day life. Who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick? So potentially that has something to do with all that stuff.

And men are used to be taking care of that. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you watch, I wanna throw him in the bus. But you know some men do sort of you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be accomplices in perpetrating this. You know men can complain more because they can complain more. And traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be accustomed to expressing their feelings. When they are happy, sad or feeling ill, so all these things can really stack and stack against when they do get sick or you are gonna hear about it.

So really the bottom line takes away as we’re still stronger because we can handle it better right?
Oh,I think so
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In this morning, Health Watch the truth is about “Men Flu”. Have you ever noticed that sometimes certain men have a tendency to, I don’t want to say whine, but perhaps complain a little bit more than at first sight a sniff or following but a slight headache, complain it like the end of the world. New evidence suggests that men actually do get sick more often than women do. Dr. Jennifer Ashton is here, with the details. So, is this actually giving a little fuel to their fire?
There may in fact be evidence now that scientifically that there is a real entity called the win factor so they looked into study in South Korea 200 workers. Ask them about their level of stress, then went back 6 months later and ask them how many had colds, in fact the people who had supported that they had the higher stress in their job, the men, were 74% more likely to caught in sick due to a cold over that time of period. It didn't have a lot of women in that study because in South Korea, not as many women at work, but it does appear to support that there is a real entity called the win factor.

So this seems like it’s tied a little bit more to the stress in your job which you know in the United States, as you mentioned, might come out a little bit differently // when women work outside at their home. However, does that translate to a real medical evidence that there are something different in immune system?

Well, in terms of physiology, there is no actual evidence to support a difference between men and women yet. But of course, possible theories include some hormone differences that may make men actually becomes a little sicker when they are exposed to cold virus. Remember in the past, heart disease was thought to be same entity between men and women. We know now that's not true. The women actually experience in slightly different manners. The cold virus may turn out to be the same thing. There might be differences between men and women.

So there is a chance that they experience differently, that they may feel sicker than women do. But on the flip side, women also, aren't perhaps as ready to say I feel terrible because they don't feel that they can.

Exactly. Traditionally, women are the care givers in their homes at least. And a lot more women certainly in this country in the work force, they have to be more stoic they can't get sick. You know, they just don't have the flexibility in their day-to-day life. Who will take care of the children if the mum gets sick. So potentially that has something to do with the all of these.

And men are used to be taken care of that. That's why sometimes, not all men, my husband, if you watch, I want to throw him in the bus. But you know some men do sort of you know, act like big babies when they are sick.

Well, we could be accomplices in perpetuating this. You know men can complain more because they can complain more. Right. And traditionally they are less likely to seek medical attention. They may not be accustomed to expressing their feelings when they are happy, or sad or feeling ill, so all these things can really stuck and stuck again when they do get sick or you are gonna hear about it.

So really the bottom line takes away as we are still stronger because we can handle it better, right?

Well, I think so.
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