Menopause likely to become a truly mid-life event

Brown, Simon
December 2009
Menopause International;Dec2009, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p142
Academic Journal
The article discusses research on the changing trends in life expectancy. It references the study "Ageing Population: The Challenges Ahead," by K. Christensen and colleagues, published in the 2009 issue of "Lancet." The study noted the influence of birth rate and migratory flows on life expectancy. It also cited the chronic disease and conditions associated with increased life expectancy.


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