You've probably heard the joke that starts "Guys with big hands ..." But ever hear the one about people with long fourth fingers having huge tempers? Lemondrop: You Lie—Lack of Civility Isn't New
According to a new study, a hormone known as androgen, which affects masculine traits like aggression and strength, can affect finger lengths during a baby's development in the womb. When there are high levels of this hormone, an individual's fourth finger becomes longer than his or her second finger. Lemondrop: Feeling Lazy? Blame Your Fingers
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Written by Emily Tan for Lemondrop.