In 2013, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified men as being at risk of developing cardiovascular disease.

The number of men who died from heart attack or stroke increased by more than 30% between 2005 and 2013.

There was also a substantial increase in the number of people with cardiovascular disease (CVD) in Australia, from about 6% in 2007 to 12% in 2013.

In 2015, Australia’s population aged 60 years and over was 2.7 million people, with men accounting for more than half of the population (53.3%).

In Australia, the number-one cause of death for men aged 60 and over in 2013 was heart disease.

While there are many factors contributing to cardiovascular disease, the fact is that the number one cause of deaths in Australia was heart failure.

In 2013 men were twice as likely to die from cardiovascular disease as women (22.4 deaths per 1000 people versus 13.2).

This is because women are more likely to have high blood pressure and cholesterol and to have poor lifestyle choices.

The increase in men’s mortality is particularly worrying as it could increase the risk of CVD for all Australians, regardless of their sex.

In the next decade, it is likely that men will continue to experience an increase in cardiovascular disease mortality.

Men who have experienced heart failure are twice as often at risk as men who do not have heart failure, and men who die of heart failure account for half of all heart attacks and strokes.

It is estimated that about 10% of all men in Australia will die from heart failure within the next 10 years.

Men are twice more likely than women to die of a heart attack, and women are twice the chance to die as men.

While men may have a slightly higher risk of having a heart condition, the increase in deaths is much greater than the increase for women, with approximately a 30% increase for men and a 40% increase at the other end of the spectrum.

The increased incidence of heart disease among men is linked to an increased risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) in the general population.

According to the Institute of Medicine, a higher incidence of CHD is associated with a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality, and is associated in part with a greater proportion of men being diagnosed with the disease.

There is a growing body of evidence that men who are at increased risk for developing CHD may be at increased susceptibility to developing coronary artery disease (CAVD).

These men are more susceptible to developing chronic conditions including high blood cholesterol levels, diabetes, high blood triglycerides, and hypertension.

In a large observational study of men in the US, researchers from the University of Washington found that men in their study who were at a higher cardiovascular risk for CHD were three times more likely for CHL to develop, compared to men in a control group who had not had any cardiovascular disease history.

In 2014, the Institute for Social Research (ISR) released a report titled Men in Health and Disease: The Facts and Figures, which looked at the number and prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors and diseases in men and women in Australia.

It concluded that in Australia men are five times more at risk for coronary heart failure than women, and that they are four times more susceptible for CVD.

While it is important that men are educated about their cardiovascular risk, men who suffer from CHD, or heart failure or other serious health conditions should be able to access the support they need to manage their condition.

The Government’s national strategy for men’s and women’s health supports men to be educated about the risks and benefits of their health and provides a roadmap for health services in their community.

In Australia the National Men’s Health Strategy aims to provide men with the information they need and provide opportunities for them to be part of the national health system, with the goal of improving men’s lives and health.

This national strategy is part of a larger commitment by the Government to improve health outcomes for men.

Men in health programs Australia has a high incidence of C. difficile infection (CID), and it is estimated there are approximately 5 million Australians who are infected with the infection.

This is an infection that can cause serious health problems.

In 2018, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) estimated that there were approximately 2.6 million C.difficile cases, and there were 539,000 deaths.

The total cost of CID for Australia is estimated at $4.4 billion a year.

In 2017, the government introduced the Men’s Prevention Strategy which aimed to provide more resources to men to support their health, and to encourage them to participate in the prevention of CIDs.

The strategy also included providing more resources for men to become involved in health-related activities.

The government is working to reduce the CID burden in Australia by supporting men to receive a range of services to reduce their CID risk, including: accessing