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  • Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 7: Hypotheses Explaining the Sex Mortality Differential
    differences in dis- persal (Clutton-Brock 1994). Care should be taken in extrapolating animal sex mortality ... hours, had easy access to good medical and dental care, had no fa- milial financial and domestic worries ...

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    • Authors: Barbara Kalben
    • Date: Feb 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Demography>Gender factors
  • Insured Female Mortality - What is Really Happening?
    the males and not getting nearly as good health care. Insured Female Mortality—What Is Really Happening ... of death. Of the 72 causes of death that are primary causes, five have greater female mortality. That ...

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    • Authors: Application Administrator, Barbara Kalben, Mary Broesch, Anna Hart
    • Date: Oct 2001
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Experience Studies & Data>Mortality
  • Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 1: Introduction
    differential, but her primary thesis was to encourage men to take better care of them- selves. Opinions ... first). However, women believe that they take better care of their health (31% of the women listed this explanation ...

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    • Authors: Barbara Kalben
    • Date: Feb 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Demography>Gender factors
  • Why Men Die Younger - Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex: References
    Coronary Heart Disease: The Explanatory Role of Primary Risk Factors,’’ Journal of Health and Social Behavior ... Huber R. Warner. 1989. ‘‘Does Genotypic Sex Have a Direct Effect on Longevity?’’ Experimental Gerontology ...

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    • Authors: Barbara Kalben
    • Date: Feb 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Demography>Gender factors
  • Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 9: Conclusions
    demonstrated that fe- males receive less food and health care than males. With relatively equal treatment, males ... appears to be related to monogamy and greater male care of offspring. Two studies compared the mortality ...

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    • Authors: Barbara Kalben
    • Date: Feb 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Demography>Gender factors
  • Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 5: Mortality Differentials in Specified Age Groups
    Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 5: Mortality Differentials ... mortality at all ages, even before birth. The primary sex ratio, which is the ratio of male conceptions ...

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    • Authors: Barbara Kalben
    • Date: Feb 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Demography>Gender factors
  • Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 8: Prospects for the Future
    Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 8: Prospects for the Future ... might live even longer if they received medical care equivalent to that received by men. ● Rogers et ...

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    • Authors: Barbara Kalben
    • Date: Feb 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Demography>Gender factors
  • Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 6: Common Causes of Death
    Why Men Die Younger: Causes of Mortality Differences by Sex, Chapter 6: Common Causes of Death In ... sanitation, housing, immunization, and medical care have all contributed to lowering mortality from ...

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    • Authors: Barbara Kalben
    • Date: Feb 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Demography>Gender factors