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I f you are a 50-year-old white woman, you have a 9.9 percent chance of a cancer diagnosis thus far in your lifetime and a 6.9 percent chance of diabetes. But fast forward 20 years: At 70 your risk for both diseases will roughly double, based on current trends. If you are Hispanic, you'll face different health challenges.
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Which countries match the GDP and population of America's states? IT HAS long been true that California on its own would rank as one of the biggest economies of the world. These days, it would rank eighth, falling between Italy and Brazil on a nominal exchange-rate basis. But how do other American states compare with other countries?
CNN.com's "Home and Away" initiative honors the lives of U.S. and coalition troops who have died in Iraq and Afghanistan. The extensive data visualization project tells the story of where and how the lives of these troops began and ended. It includes their name, hometown, age, military unit, photograph if available and a narrative of where and how they died. "Home and Away" also includes a place for the audience to share tributes via iReport, CNN's user-generated news community.
INFOGRAPHIE - A l'aube de 2011, où en sont les pays développés ? Dans quel état sont-ils sortis de la récession? Qui en profitera le mieux ces prochaines années ?