Reproductive factors in women, such as a later starting age of menstruation, having children, breastfeeding and use of oral contraceptives, are associated with a reduced risk of death, according to new research. A better understanding of how these factors can influence long-term health could help in the development of clinical strategies to improve women's health.
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Researchers identify association between reproductive factors and risk of death
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