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Study: Women who give birth after 33 live longer

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According to a new study, women who naturally conceive their last child after age 33 live longer compared to women who have their last child at age 29.

Researchers at the Boston University School of Medicine looked at the ages of 462 women who had their last child and how long they lived.

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