New Study Linked Parenthood to Longer Life in Older Age
A new study from Sweden suggests that parenthood may increase your chances of living longer in older age. Researchers believe that living a longer life associated with care and support from the children.
A team of researchers tracked the lifespan of men and women born between 1911 and 1925 and living in Sweden that is more than 1.4 million in total. They concluded that men and women with at least one kid had the lower risk of death than childless people.
The research reveals that the benefits of having children become more pronounced with age. The team also found that having children had a stronger influence on the longevity of men who were not married than those with a spouse.
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