There is a scientific reason why women are always colder than men

Picture it: You're out for a walk during the fall, and you're wearing a down jacket while your male companion is in a vest. Or you're in the office shivering under a blanket and wishing you had a space heater while your male coworkers lose layer after layer.

As it turns out, there are actual, scientific reasons that's the case. Read on for the evidence you need the next time you want control of the thermostat:

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