Study: Women Who Give Birth Later Live Longer

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Study: Women Who Give Birth Later Live Longer

According to a new study from the Boston University School of Medicine, women who naturally conceive and give birth to their last child after age 33 are twice as likely to live to age 95 as those who give birth to their last child before age 30. What do you think?

  • “But what about the effects of not giving birth to a tiny, life-draining monster?”

    Christine McCaffrey
    Archery Instructor
  • “And here women still complain about how hard it is to have it all.”

    Ben Woods
    Systems Analyst
  • “Gross. Who would want to have sex past age 33?”

    Daniel Henningsen
    Cement Mixer