New scientific studies have proven that women on average live longer in those countries where the common later pregnancy.
The life expectancy of women is directly dependent on the age at which she first became a mother. Scientists Compscope University (Portugal), have seriously addressed this issue and conducted a study in which examined the role of European mothers. The researchers compared life expectancy of women at age 65, the age when they first had children, informs Rus.Media.
The results showed that women who had children after 30, can in the future live longer than those who gave birth in 20 years (especially the first child). This figure formed on the basis of three main aspects: the average age of women at childbirth, the average age at the first pregnancy and the rate of young adolescent mothers. Lead researcher Aida Tavares argues that women on average live longer in those countries where the common later pregnancy.