Men are on average taller, more muscular and seemingly stronger than women and hence they are typically considered to be the stronger sex.
Medical science, however, has a different story to tell us: men are biologically weaker than women. In almost all countries across the world, women outlive men and male mortality is higher for almost all primary causes of death.
The female superiority in longevity is true not only for humans, but also for many other species of mammals. But is that true? Uncover why men often die earlier than women in this video.