Women who give birth in their 40s likely to have long lives

September 1997
Jet;09/29/97, Vol. 92 Issue 19, p24
Announces that women who give birth in their 40s might have an especially good chance of living to 100, according to a study. Explanation for the result of the study; Details about the study; Comments from researchers.


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