In every civilization in the past, a great disparity of numbers between men and women are usually observable.Women are usually plentiful than men, this is because men usually die young in battles and men are usually prone to life threatening diseases like tuberculosis and cancer.Death from health hazards are greatly influenced by man’s behavior like smoking, drinking alcohol, rough sports and staying out late.
Hong Kong being a first world nation is attuned to a metropolitan lifestyle of night life, smoking, drinking alcohol and stressful way of life.
The evolution of labor from physical into mental in the metropolitan state makes men more less healthy and susceptible to non-communicable diseases like heart attacks, stroke and cancer.
There are medical studies that clearly show that heavy exposure to smoking may decrease sperm cell count and motility making smoking couples less fertile than their healthy counterparts.
Migration rate of males are slightly higher than females before reaching the age of 24.
This clearly shows that Hong Kong women have a better survival rating than men.
Child mortality rates in highly industrialized countries remain particularly high because lesser working moms breastfeed their young.
Breast milk confers the baby powerful immunity against invading viruses and bacteria which may prove to be life saving in their childhood.
Hong Kong Females have grown increasingly weary because the number of males has become sparser by the year.
Social experts believe that such disparity may stem from these basic factors of the Hong Kong society: They say they are too many women for fewer gentlemen in Hong Kong.
Although birth records show that there are more males than females born in Hong Kong, many males die before they reach the age of active fertility (24 years old).
Hong Kong males are more prone to communicable childhood diseases and there is a high incidence of fatal congenital problems like heart diseases.