Planning to be a dad soon? If you’re under the age of 25, better delay your fatherhood plans or risk increasing your chances of dying young.
A study conducted in Finland showed that men who enter fatherhood at age 25 have higher chances of living longer lives compared to those who become dads at a younger age.
The study also found out that men who had their first child before 22 years old have a 26 percent chance of dying between the ages of 45 and 54 than men who became fathers at age 25 and above.
The research further noted that the youngest fathers covered by the study were about 50 percent more likely to die early than men who delay their fatherhood until they were at least 30 years old.
What do you think? At what age did you have your kids? Do you think it’s better to have kids at a younger or older age?
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