A study out of Sweden suggests that the support that adult children provide aging parents might contribute to seniors living longer in comparison to those without children.
A study out of Sweden suggests that the support that adult children provide aging parents might contribute to seniors living longer in comparison to those without children. Dreamstime TNS
A study out of Sweden suggests that the support that adult children provide aging parents might contribute to seniors living longer in comparison to those without children. Dreamstime TNS

Parenthood can boost your longevity, if you don’t die from the stress

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