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10 Fascinating Facts About People Born in November
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Born during the month of turkey legs, Black Friday sales and holiday fever, people born in November know how to eat — and have some facts about them that prove to be quite interesting.

THEY MAKE GREAT FRIENDS.

Those born in November enjoy honest friendships that last, and they know how to be a true companion. Remind you of any of your BFFs?

BOYS BORN IN THIS MONTH ARE MORE LIKELY TO BE LEFTY.

According to research from Germany, males born between November and early winter are significantly more likely to be left-handed due to high levels of testosterone. This may delay the development of a fetus' left brain hemisphere, which dictates right-handedness, causing them to favor the opposite one.

THEIR BIRTHSTONES ARE CITRINE AND TOPAZ.

Those born in November have two birthstones: the golden-yellow citrine, known as the gem of optimism and the color-ranging crystal topaz (often seen in blue shades). They're both said to have healing and calming energies.

THEY HAVE A LOWER RISK OF SOME HEALTH CONDITIONS.

According to research from Oxford University, November babies have the lowest incidence of multiple sclerosis. Studies also show that they are less likely to suffer from heart problems or lung cancer.

PEOPLE CAN'T HELP BUT BE DRAWN TO THEM.

There's something about their personality that attracts others — some say it's a mysterious quality. Overall, their nature is appealing, which is perhaps another reason why they make good friends.

THEY ARE EITHER A SCORPIO OR A SAGITTARIUS.

Those born from the beginning of the month through November 21 are classified as the passionate Scorpio. Everyone else (born November 22 to the end of the month) are Sagittarius, and they're generous souls with a sense of humor. Both zodiac signs share a strength in character.

THEY ARE LESS LIKELY TO SUFFER FROM DEPRESSION.

According to research in the U.K., November babies have the lowest clinical depression rates, while spring babies have the highest.

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THEY SHARE THEIR BIRTH MONTH WITH SOME GREAT CELEBS.

November babies share their birth month with famous faces like the unstoppable Scarlett Johansson, the legendary Leonardo DiCaprio and others such as Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, Josh Duhamel and Matthew McConaughey.

THEIR BIRTH FLOWER IS THE CHRYSANTHEMUM.

Chrysanthemums are said to symbolize joy and optimism. They're highly praised in Japanese culture as a representation of perfection, and it's believed that placing a single petal on the bottom of your wine glass will grant you a long, healthy life.

LIKE OTHER FALL BABIES, THEY'RE DESTINED TO BE ATHLETIC.

Though genes definitely play a factor, the high levels of Vitamin D during a pregnancy lasting through fall is said to attribute to their predisposed strong physique. A study published in the International Journal of Sports Medicine sited autumn-born individuals, especially those born in October and November, as faster and more physically fit. Just look at that baby go!

From: Good Housekeeping US

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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