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Why men often die earlier than women

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Why men often die earlier than women

POSTED FEBRUARY 19, 2016, 9:40 AM
Robert Shmerling, M.D., Faculty Editor, Harvard Health Publications
My wife recently asked me, “Why do you assume you’ll die before me?”
Her question caught me by surprise. But it’s true, I have made that assumption. So, I answered, as matter-of-factly as I could, with one word: statistics.
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