Lightning strikes more men than womenPosted on June 12, 2017
Next time that you say he has a better chance getting hit by lightning, make sure that the odds are correct. The study that shows that men tend to be more reckless when dangers of lightning strikes are imminent speaks volumes. Men in general tend to take many things including their health and appearance for granted. Dr. Kim explains to his male patients that waiting to address issues of aging is not advised. Facial aging for men typically begins in the brow. Initially injectables like Botox can make a considerable difference. Over time, a brow lift and blepharoplasty may be a better choice. Aging on the body for men typically shows on their midsection. Early on, provided there is not loose and lax skin liposuction may be an excellent solution. If men continue to gain weight liposuction may no longer be an option. Men should not be afraid to be proactive about their health and appearance. Being reckless in a storm does not make sense, especially for men. The odds are not in their favor. According to The Los Angeles Times when it comes to lightning, females are cautious and males are reckless.
The result: Between 1995 and 2008, lightning killed 648 people, and of those, 82 percent were male, according to AccuWeather.com.