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Grandparents who help care for grandchildren live longer than other seniors
by Madeline Kennedy
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30 December 2016
On 30 December 2016 Reuters reported:
Grandparents who help out occasionally with childcare or provide support to others in their community tend to live longer than seniors who do not care for other people, according to a study from Berlin, Germany. Overall . . . the risk of dying over a 20-year period was one-third lower for grandparents who cared for their grandchildren, compared with grandparents who did not provide any childcare.
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