(Submitted: 07 November 2013 Revised version received: 12 February 2014 Accepted: 19 February 2014 Published online:.).
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6 Policy-makers tend to assume that gendered approaches to health improvement are primarily or exclusively about women rather than about both sexes, a position also adopted by most national governments.Acknowledgements: We thank Sarah Hawkes, Reader in Global Health at University College Londons Institute of Global Health, for her valuable comments.Gender and global health: evidence, policy, and inconvenient truths.Hawkes S, Buse.Global health 2035 report, published in the, lancet in 2013, in countries classified as least developed and less developed by the United Nations adult mortality fell faster among women than among men between 192, explaining the gender gap, in many societies, men generally enjoy more.That men tend to be in worse health than women has now been made clear by robust evidence from various sources.Skovdal M, Campbell C, Madanhire C, Mupambireyi Z, Nyamukapa C, Gregson.
It didnt happen over night.Trop Med Int Health.In 2010,.14 million men as opposed.72 million women died from causes linked to excessive alcohol use.Tim Shand thanks Dr Hawkes for being his PhD supervisor at University College London.Chronic disease in elderly couples: are women more responsive to their spouses' health condition than men?For example, mens underuse of primary care services in Denmark results in their use of more expensive hospital services instead, 15 while mens premature mortality and morbidity cost the United States economy alone an estimated 479 billion United States dollars annually.Mens physical illness, for example, can impair the psychological health of their female partners; when men are sick, injured or die, households and female partners suffer a loss of income.Lindegren ML, Kennedy CE, Bain-Brickley D, Azman H, Creanga AA, Butler LM,.GY declares that E2Pi has received funding from the Bill Melinda Gates Foundation, the Global Fund, the Clinton Health Access Initiative, unitaid, the Harvard Global Health Institute, the Disease Control Priorities Network, the UK Department for International Development, and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation.Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of California, San Francisco, United States of America (USA).