Longevity in families linked to late childbearing

05/15/2009 | Reuters

A new study, which drew on historical data on more than 2 million people, found that women who gave birth in their 40s and 50s lived longer, as did their brothers, but not their brothers' wives. Researchers said the effect was not related to women choosing to give birth later but rather was linked to their biological ability to do so.

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