(Telegraph) Men with symmetrical faces likely to remain mentally alert in later life
The more symmetrical a man’s face is, the more likely he is to remain mentally alert in later life, a study has suggested.
By Urmee Khan
7:00AM BST 10 Aug 2009
Psychologists found that men with higher levels of facial symmetry – having faces with matching left and right sides – were less prone to mental decline between the ages of 79 and 83.