However, maternal mor- tality, female infanticide, and male bias in food and health care allocation in the household, are factors that can reduce female life expectancy
(3) A subsequent section addresses our choice of a female-weighted, female life expectancy
The report revealed that female life expectancy
in Pakistan is 66, 44 in Afghanistan, 67 in India and 76 in Sri Lanka.
Ninety-eight per cent of births were attended by skilled personnel, 31pc of women use modern contraception and female life expectancy
is 78 years, according to the report.
WOMEN IN Liverpool have the lowest female life expectancy
in England, at just over 78 years.
Delta residents pay the price, with tragically poor health outcomes--lower male and female life expectancy
, and higher rates of cancer, heart disease, and infant mortality.
* Rankings are from the highest to lowest female life expectancy
Given that female life expectancy
in Japan in 2004 was 85.6 years (Human Mortality Database, 2006), it is apparent that the lower end of Carnes' range is too low.
Though alcohol consumption (ALCOHOL80) does not have a statistically significant effect on female life expectancy
, its effect on the life expectancy of males is both significant and negative.
The best performer in the group (see table) in terms of female life expectancy
and maternal mortality rates is Malaysia (74.7 per 100,000 and 41 per cent).
[DELTA]LIFE = (female life expectancy
- male life expectancy/male life expectancy)
The result of all this late 20th Century stress and emotional conflict will be that female life expectancy
will steadily fall over the early decades of the 21st Century to meet the level of male life expectancy.