Health risks in men
Men are generally exposed to very different health risks than women. Abundant statistical and epidemiological data show significant gender differences in the prevalence rates of many diseases. In addition, men are twice as likely to become chronically ill and almost globally have a lower life expectancy than women. Despite all this scientific evidence, unfortunately, men continue to be much less willing to go to the doctor. In fact, only one in five men has ever participated in a concrete action towards his health promotion. There are many diseases that can affect the so-called “stronger sex”.
Words : 706