Causes of death for men

Subject Terms:
DEATH -- Causes
HEART -- Diseases
SMOKING
LUNGS -- Cancer
CANCER in men
COLON (Anatomy) -- Cancer

Abstract:
The article presents information about health dangers for men. Men usually develop heart disease 10 to 15 years earlier than women. About one-fourth of heart disease-related deaths occur in men ages 35 to 65. Lung cancer, usually the result of smoking, is the most common cause of cancer deaths in both sexes. Prostate cancer and colorectal cancer, both of which are associated with a high-fat diet, are the second and third leading causes of cancer deaths in men. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of accidental deaths.

Share this with your friends
AttachmentSize
Causes of death for men.pdf507.42 KB