Pregnancy may speed up ‘biological aging,’ study suggests

A study conducted in the Philippines links pregnancy to changes in the chemical tags that sit atop DNA, hinting that pregnancy speeds biological aging.

Women in their early 20s who have been pregnant are “biologically older” than those who have never been pregnant, and by some measures, this age gap seems to widen in people who have had multiple pregnancies, a new study suggests.


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