⚠️There is NO LINK between being left-handed and getting cancer!
A few old studies previously suggested that left-handed women were more likely to develop breast cancer, but these trials were too small to be of any value. If there was a true link, science would have found it by now!
Left-handed people should participate in cancer screening and follow a healthy lifestyle to prevent cancer just like everyone else. 🥗🏃♀️🏊🏼♀️🚴🏽♀️
So, left-handers relax and enjoy your many talents!
🔹you are better at multi-tasking and problem-solving 🤔
🔹you are faster typists ⌨️
🔹you are more creative and musical 🎶
🔹you are better at learning languages 🇮🇹🇻🇳🇯🇵🇮🇩🇫🇷
🔹you are better at sport... well, over-represented at least, in activities where your right-handed opponents might struggle to anticipate your movements, like tennis, cricket, baseball, volleyball, boxing, fencing and ping pong! 🏓😀
The sport one is probably true. And maybe the creativity one. 🎻✍️The evidence for the rest of the above is sketchy but you’ve gotta wish for some perks, right?! There must be some positives to make up for the daily annoyances using can openers, smudgy pens, scissors, ring-binders and opening fridges. And don’t even get them started about playing cards! ♠️♥️♣️♦️
Celebrate your lefthandedness today!!! #lefthandersday 🥳🎈🎁
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