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It’s not a pretty picture when it comes to women and stroke. Hormonal changes put women at greater risk for stroke at certain times in their lives and statistics reveal that stroke generally proves more disabling for women than men. The good news is these gender disparities have been the focus of ongoing research in the field of stroke prevention and treatment, and the efforts are paying off as new findings from several recent studies may improve stroke prevention and treatment for women and, it’s hoped, deliver a far better prognosis in the future. I discussed this research with Lynda D. Lisabeth, PhD, MPH, an assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of Michigan School of Public Health in Ann Arbor, where she and her colleagues have been looking into the issue.
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The number of Americans and Canadians living abroad, approximatley 7 Million, which is twice the population of Chicago and greater than that of 33 U.S. States, has steadily grown over the past decade and it is expected to more than double within the next 10 years. Millions baby boomers are discovering the affordable real estate and investment opportunities available abroad. Cold weather and high cost of living, medical and retirement are leading many baby boomers to consider to live abroad. Join Boomers Abroad Online Community and ask your questions to the Experts and to others that have journeyed ahead.
The oldest baby boomers will turn 65 is less than two years. And that’s just the beginning of what Urban Institute researchers are calling a “tsunami of senior growth in the next decade.”
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