Which diseases should mortally threatened the next ten years? The American Cancer Foundation has compiled a list based on age, sex, and our dependence on tobacco, as it turns out, and make a difference. The statistic, say the authors table, reminds us that if we can cut their risks. A 55-year-old man who smokes displays as likely to die over the next decade with a 65chrono man who has never smoked. A woman in 1000, below the age of 50, will lose his life over the next ten years from ovarian cancer. A 35-year-old male non-smoker has five times more likely to die in an accident until the 45’s than they from some form of heart disease.
And for a 35-year old woman is twice as likely to die in an accident up to 45 years old, from everything because breast cancer. These shows including a new table with the most dangerous diseases facing the man’s life and published in the journal of the American Cancer Institute.
According to “The New York Times”, said panel includes 10 different causes of death, and distributes the population criteria of gender, age groups and whether they are current, former or non-smokers. At first glance, it might believe that smokers and non-smokers are also at risk for heart disease.
A 35-year-old man, who smokes, however, shows seven times more likely to die from this cause than a non-smoker of the same age does. The numbers begin to converge at older ages, as some smokers manage to escape the most common diseases in smokers. In the 75 years, the chances of dying from heart disease are the same as those of non-smokers.