left handed

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.
"Any study that proves true handedness in another bipedal species contributes to the study of brain symmetry and mammalian
He had always coped so well. I wondered if he had struggled and didn't realize his struggles had been significant enough to note.
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I am a sinner, but it is beyond my control. I was born this way. I can't change it. Believe me: I tried. I knew I was different from an early age, and everyone around me knew, as well. My devoutly Catholic Italian grandmother even attempted to force me to change, but she couldn't.
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Lorusso is not the first to offer the left-hand cursor option for the left handed folks out there. Mouse users can change
A new study at Northwestern University shows that left-handedness is the product of cooperation and competition in evolution.
We used to think that the left brain controlled your thinking and that the right brain controlled your heart. But neuroscientists
What's that? This column has never said any of that, you say? Well, if that's true, it must be news to White House Press
Lists of left-handers in history show that they are disproportionately represented among mathematicians, scientists, artists and, for better or for worse, among charismatic leaders - from Alexander the Great to Jeanne d'Arc.
I suspect the convictions that seem somewhat wobbly now that Obama has attained the nation's highest office would immediately strengthen if he looked his two hands over and committed once and for all to the left one.