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Delaying fatherhood raises health risks for both partner and child

09:56 EDT 16 May 2019 | MinnPost

Aging not only affects a man’s fertility, the study found, but becoming a father late in life also increases the risk that the mother of the child will have complications during pregnancy and that the child will have health problems.

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