.. Article examines global health guidelines and burden of disease on men Men experience a higher burden of disease and lower life span than women, but policies concentrating on medical needs of males are absent from the strategies of global wellness organisations notably, according to a Viewpoint article in this week's Lancet. The article reinterprets data from the 'Global Burden of Disease: 2010' study which shows that all of the top ten factors behind premature disability and loss of life, and top behavioural risk factors driving prices of ill-wellness around the global world, affect men more than they affect women.Join us November 4th at 8 a.m.m. At the University of Illinois at Chicago, Student Middle, West 828 S. Wolcott Avenue, Thompson Room, Chicago, IL. Globally renowned topic experts will be presenting data for C. Difficile and Hospital-Acquired Infection prevention, remedies, and environmental security. To view the conference details, guest speaker info, and register online visit the website – Contact Nancy C. Caralla, Executive Director for additional information 201-1512. We take this possibility to thank our Corporate Sponsors for partnering with the Foundation in Raising C.