Women's physiology evolved to aid reproduction, not to reduce
disease. Any trait-however detrimental to post-reproductive
health-is preserved in the next generation if it increases the
chances of having offspring who will survive and reproduce. For
this reason, the author argues, many common diseases are especially
difficult for women to prevent.
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