Early Childbirth Linked To Poor Health In Middle Age

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Early Childbirth


Women who have their first child before age 20 are at a higher risk of chronic diseases and death when they reach middle age, a new study shows

The study appears in the September issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior and reveals that women who are single at the time they have their first baby could also be at risk of earlier death

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