Women's Health News

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Sky Babies

The biological clock may be ticking along happily, but having a baby before 20 is bad news. It makes women prone to chronic disease and raise their risk of deatt by1.42 times, compared to peers who had babies post 20. The study published in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior, USA, found that the results are connected to the smaller nest egg that young single women with children manage status and chances of eventually typing the knot. Higher rates of heart disease and cancer also seen to dog the lives of women who have children pre-20, according to researchers.

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