Being a leftie is far from a disadvantage.
Did you know that lefties typically have better hearing than righties? Or that presidents are more likely to be left-handed? Both true. But chances are you're more familiar with the less exciting side effects of being a southpaw. Case in point: the nickname southpaw. Here, 18 things only left-handed people understand...
Aside from making it tough to cut a straight line with a pair of scissors designed for righties, being a southpaw can also have some subtle effects on our physical and mental health. The brains and bodies of lefties may operate differently.
Even if they can't use 'regular' scissors, lefties do have some advantages.
Being left-handed says a lot about your health.
This research has significance beyond the Outback -- the more species scientists find with hand dominance, the more they
It pays to be right-handed.
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