In 1998 the WHO published a "gender challenge" for national and international organizations, an invitation to better assess risk factors involving women's health, to develop preventive strategies to reduce the impact of more afflicting diseases for women, and a major effort in understanding why men die before women [1]. Among such afflicting diseases, cardiovascular, depression and comorbidities are the most important.

Is it Still True that Women Live Longer than Men, But with a Worse Quality of Life? / Modena, Maria Grazia. - In: WOMEN'S HEALTH SCIENCE JOURNAL. - ISSN 2639-2526. - 2:(2018), pp. 1-2.

Is it Still True that Women Live Longer than Men, But with a Worse Quality of Life?

Modena Maria Grazia
2018

Abstract

In 1998 the WHO published a "gender challenge" for national and international organizations, an invitation to better assess risk factors involving women's health, to develop preventive strategies to reduce the impact of more afflicting diseases for women, and a major effort in understanding why men die before women [1]. Among such afflicting diseases, cardiovascular, depression and comorbidities are the most important.
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Is it Still True that Women Live Longer than Men, But with a Worse Quality of Life? / Modena, Maria Grazia. - In: WOMEN'S HEALTH SCIENCE JOURNAL. - ISSN 2639-2526. - 2:(2018), pp. 1-2.
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