- Women live
years longer than men.
- This year
5,700 new cases of prostate cancer will be
among men in Georgia.
- 740 men will
die from prostate cancer this year.
- What does this
mean for spouses and families? In Georgia, among
women married to men the same age as themselves,
over 16% will be widows as they enter retirement
Men's Health, Georgia
A comprehensive report on the status of men's
health in the state of Georgia. This
report covers a broad range of health issues,
including life expectancy by sex and race;
obesity, top causes of death, prostate cancer
mortality, the number of men and women in each age
group, and an analysis of the life span gender
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