These 12 Diseases Are More Common In Women Than In Men. Check Them Out.
By Nukegbe (self media writer) | 2 months ago
Different diseases affect humans from time to time. Some diseases are preventable while others are autoimmune. It is however unfortunate that, some diseases may show up in women more than in men. For the purpose of awareness and taking precautionary measures, ladies need to have a fair knowledge of these diseases and find a way around them.
According to the National Kidney Foundation, the female population has a higher prevalence of UTIs than men. Experts believe that because women have shorter urethras—the ducts that help excrete urine from the bladder—they are more susceptible to bacterial transmissions in the genital area. This makes it quite undebatable when women are noted to be leading in the regard.
2. Breast Cancer.
Before you continue watch this video below which discusses some 7 warning signs and early symptoms of breast cancer.
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