On average, yes. If I remember correctly, right-handers tend to live four years longer than left-handers.
Left-handers use both sides of the brain equally
yes-there have been many influencal and powerful people who were/are left-handed. You see left-handers are acctually far more intelligent than right-handers.
Left-handers don't have a short life expectancy compared to right-handers, no.However, what has been discovered is that on average, right-handed people live three years longer than left-handed people. The reason for this is unknown.
Yes studies show that on average left-handed people write significantly neater than those who use their right hand
NO, it depends on the players mind state, attitude & the situation. You can see aggressive right handers like Virendar sehwar, shahid afridi, Sachin Tendulkar. & left Handers such as Hayden, Gilchrist, Sanat Jayasurya.
No, not necessarily. Right handed people are actually smarter than lefties in a recent study by Canadian doctors.
Dextrous means nimble-fingered, clever with one's hands. It comes from the Latin word "dexter" meaning "the right-hand side" as right-handers were considered to be less clumsy than left-handers.
Left handers have 9 years less of life span. Left hands have more IQ than right hands.
Yes, but it depends if the person is bothered to learn, but most left-handers I'm one) are more influenced to learn.
Yes, they have the winder / adjuster knob on the left side of the casing so they can be worn on the right wrist. You can see a selection of left-handed watches here http://www.anythinglefthanded.co.uk/acatalog/clocks_watches.html There are also some anti-clockwise mechanisms that left-handers can find easier to read than right-handers. There are more left-handed watches here: http://www.anythinglefthanded.co.uk/azus/category/other/watches
Approximately 12%So 12% of 7,000,000,000 (approx)7,000,000,000/100 = 70,000,00070,000,000 x 12= 840,000,000 left handers (less than the population of 2 of the world's countries- so not a lot really)