A cura di @Anna.
Richard G. Bribiescas spiega su Pocket e Nautilus perché l’aspettiva di vita maschile è minore rispetto a quella femminile.
It’s no secret that mortality due to accidents and risky behavior is much higher in young men, particularly those in their late teenage years and early 20s. This, by the way, is not news to insurance companies. It’s also true that men die earlier than women, regardless of their environment or lifestyle, and are often more susceptible to some cancers and heart disease at an earlier age.
Immagine da pxhere.