RIGA - In a typical household in Latvia, women brush their teeth more often, check their blood pressure more frequently and smoke much less than men.The first in what is to become a regular survey of health-related behavior in Latvia has found women act much more responsibly when it comes to their bodies.The study, conducted by the Health Promotion Center, found almost half of all women in Latvia, 45 percent, brush their teeth at least twice a day.Less than a third of the male respondents, 30 percent, said they did the same."Some respondents said they brushed less than once a day, or even n...
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