Deaths Rise Among Young Men

November 1990
Family Planning Perspectives;Nov/Dec90, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p245
Academic Journal
Reports that mortality rates among U.S. men aged 25-44 ceased declining and began to increase, an increase that parallels the rise of human immunodefeciency virus (HIV) infection and AIDS in the mid-1980s. Findings on the decline of mortality rates between 1980 and 1983; The increase in mortality rates in 1987.


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