Global Health & Environment
FALL 1999, Vol. 7, Issue 2

Global Male Longevity Gap Persists

Inside this Issue:

  • CECheck-Up
  • Male Mortality Remains on the Rise Worldwide
  • Warning: Smoking Causes Impotence
  • Russian Men Face Worst Health Prospects in World
  • CVD Mortality Declines, Points To Prevention In Developing Countries
  • Esophageal Cancer Favors Men, China
  • Prostate Cancer Looms Large; Prevention Crucial, Complicated
  • CECHE Launches March of Dimes’ Healthy Pregnancy Program in District Of Columbia
  • Viewers Praise Elixir of Life
  • How Can Health Policies in Developing Countries Avert Threat to Male Mortality from Noncommunicable Diseases?

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Global Health & Environment
Fall 1999, Vol. 7,Issue 2

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