Women’s magazine cover covers may be part of a larger problem, according to research published by a team of Danish researchers.
The team, which was funded by the Danish Science Foundation, studied the circulation of five of the top 10 best-selling magazines in Denmark, and found that women’s issues were significantly more popular than other magazines in terms of total circulation and number of readers.
The researchers also found that the top ten best-sellers were more likely to be about women.
The study was published in the journal Social Psychology and Personality Science.
The Danish team, led by Prof. Lars Eriksson, used the latest statistics on the online publication of women’s health magazines to calculate the average number of times each of the ten best selling magazines published in Denmark had appeared in the top 100 most-read lists for women.
This included a survey on the issue of female health from 2011, as well as figures on the number of women and men reading women’s and men’s health.
The results, published in February this year, show that women were reading at about double the rate of men, which is an important indicator of the wider gender gap in access to health care and access to services.
This means that the average amount of time that women spend on a particular topic is about twice as long as the average time that men do, the team found.
The most popular health issues are breast cancer, osteoporosis and chronic kidney disease, and the team also found the issue with the most readers was female suicide.
“If we want to see more women taking their own lives, it is essential that we get more women in health,” said Dr Erikssson.
The research also showed that the most popular issue in Denmark was a short, glossy health magazine that was published from January 2011 to November 2016.
This magazine covered everything from the most common forms of heart disease to a range of health issues including mental health, diabetes, arthritis and the flu.
The report also looked at the top five best-seller magazines for men.
The top 10 are all published by men’s magazines, with the exception of the five with the highest number of female subscribers.
There is no single issue for men that has the most female readers, however.
Dr Erikssson said that there is a lot of information available about the gender gap, but more research was needed.
“This study confirms what other studies have shown: there is indeed a gender gap on health topics in Denmark,” he said.
“But that gap is only about 2.6% of the population.
That means there is still a huge amount of work to do.”
Read more: The best health issues for womenThe study also found women were not reading more health issues than men.
For example, the number and percentage of women who read breast cancer was around the same as the number who read diabetes.
The same was true for women who did not have diabetes, although women who do not have type 2 diabetes were reading more than men who do.
“It is possible that the reason for this gender gap is that men read more health magazines than women because they want to have a healthy lifestyle, whereas women do not want to feel stigmatised if they do not meet their health needs,” said Erikssons.
Dr. Erikssen said more research would be needed to understand the reasons behind this gender difference.
“We need to understand why the gender gaps are there in this country,” he added.