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The science behind the experience of parents Deborah and Matt who have noticed that she always smells the baby's dirty nappy first. And can the smell of a man's pheromones really attract a woman to a man with immunity to different diseases from hers?
Do women have a higher pain threshold? Are men less sensitive to touch? And why are some people able to sense heat and pain but not touch?
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|03||Taste The Difference||20000113||20000816|
Claudia Hammond explores why more women than men are `super tasters', and asks whether men's taste buds are more able to deal with spicy food?
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Claudia Hammond looks at why more men are colour-blind and why women are unable to park properly.
|05 LAST||Hear The Difference||20000127||20000818|
Claudia Hammond braves the clubbing scene and asks why more women than men suffer from tinnitus after a night on the town? And are more men than women tone-deaf?