5 “Scientific” Facts About Breasts

5 “Scientific” Facts About Breasts

Scientists have done weird studies on the cultural fascination with breasts. Below you will find the strangest ones...

1. Poor men like big breasts while financially secure men prefer smaller breasts.

According to Psychology Today, the amount of money a man earns is connected with size of breasts he prefers. The study, conducted by two psychologists, set out to explore the link between financial state and breast size preferences.

Men from different backgrounds were shown animated female figures with different sizes and were asked which of them they considered more sexually attractive.

The results were as follows: poorer men or men undergoing “resource insecurity” preferred larger breasts while those who were financially well off and stable preferred smaller boobs. 

2. Hungry men desire big breasts while satiated men prefer a smaller chest.

Scientists revealed that hungry men preferred larger breasts compared to those whose stomachs were full.

What is here to add? Bon appétit indeed!

3. Squeezing breasts may prevent cancer

According to the UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, squeezing breasts can prevent cancer.

Apparently mechanical forces and applying physical pressure on the breasts can stop the rapid growth of cancer and prevent out of control cells from turning malignant.

4. Bras accelerate sagging 

It is strange that the study did not provide for the actual breast size of the women who were involved in the test.

5. Staring at boobs extends a man’s life by five years

A German study, which has been circulating around the internet for years, supposedly involved a team of investigators visiting three hospitals in Frankfurt, Germany, and comparing the health of 200 males over a period of five years.

Half of the volunteers were asked to stare at busty women daily; the other half was prevented from doing so.

The result? Those who were enjoying the sight of big-breasted beauties over five years had lower blood pressure; slower pulse rates and were less likely to develop coronary artery disease.

 

Source: Legit.ng

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