Most common cause of death in Asian women?
Old age? Obviously >.>
Is the statement true or false Before the introduction of the Pap smear ovarian cancer was the most common cause of cancer death in women?
King-Kok Cheung has written: 'Articulate silences' -- subject(s): American literature, Asian American authors, Asian American women, Asian American women in literature, Asian Americans in literature, Criticism and interpretation, History, History and criticism, Intellectual life, Women and literature, Women authors 'An Interethnic Companion to Asian American Literature'
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It depends on the Asian girl. I notice a lot of Asian girls and women have quite thick eyebrows, they seem to have the biggest proportion of women who have their eyebrows meeting above the nose, you do not see many European women with eyebrows meeting. This could be down to a number of things,they are generally hairier that European women, if that is the case these Asian women could have quite a bush of…
Lack of calcium will cause osteoporosis, a condition that leaves a person's bones brittle and easily broken. This is more common in women of post-menepausal age. Women of Northern European or Asian decent are at a higher risk. Along with calcium supplements vitamin D must also be taken, calcium cannot be absorbed without vitamin D.