Researchers focus on increasing discrepancies in health of men, women

09/15/2004 | ADVANCE for Nurse Practitioners

Recent research reveals significant differences in health between men and women. Whereas diseases such as heart disease, depression, osteoporosis and STDs have been seen at increasing rates in women, their levels are remaining stable in men, and researchers are trying to learn more about why.

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