Washington: If you are a parent, then you are 52 percent less likely to develop a cold than non-parents, says a latest research."We have had a long-term interest in how various social relationships influence health outcomes," said Sheldon Cohen, professor of psychology at Carnegie College of Humanities and Social Sciences, who led the study with Rodlescia S. Sneed."Parenthood was especially interesting to us because it has been proposed that it can have both positive and negative effects on health," Cohen was quoted as saying in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine.
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