New York: In a new study from a single California community, women who had been pregnant at least four times were less likely to die from cardiovascular disease than those who`d never been expecting.Researchers said that could be due to the protective effects of pregnancy-related hormones as well as the extra social support that comes with having more children -- or the fact that women who are able to get pregnant more often are healthier to begin with.
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