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Men in the United States Are More Sick, Than Those Abroad, Study Says.
ABC News reports American men are
more sick and prone to die earlier than men in
other developed countries, a new study finds.
The report, published by The Commonwealth Fund, studied men's health in 11 developed nations.
Researchers found rates of avoidable death, chronic illness and mental health issues are highest in men in the United States.
Nearly 29% of American men reported multiple chronic illnesses.
In Australia, 25% of men reported
multiple chronic conditions. .
Male residents of France and Norway reported the lowest amount of multiple conditions at 17%.
Whether it's stubbornness,
an aversion to appearing weak
or vulnerable, or other reasons, men go to the doctor far less
than women do. , Authors of study on men's health from The Commonwealth Fund, via ABC News.
American men also experience avoidable deaths or deaths before age 75 at a higher rate than any other country.
As the United States is the only industrialized nation without access to universal health care.
low-income males are less likely
to regularly visit a doctor or be able to
afford adequate healthcare.
Roughly 16 million U.S. men are
without health insurance and affordability is the reason that
people most often cite for why
they do not enroll in a health plan. , Authors of study on men's health from The Commonwealth Fund, via ABC News
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