Swierczynski, Duane; Shaheen, Carol Ann; Loos, Erin; Newhart, Allison; do Van Bodegraven, Amy; Sukley, Bernadette
October 2000
Men's Health;Oct2000, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p82
Lists the major causes of death among men. How to avoid death; Animal attack; Car accident; Colon cancer; Diabetes.


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