Babies born to moms over 35 may have lower risk for certain birth defects

Women in their late 30s or 40s are often told that the odds of delivering a baby with a birth defect rises with age. But a new study suggests that the opposite may be true when it comes to certain types of physical abnormalities.


  1. I'm glad that the research continues in the quest for healthy babies who grow into the adults who will be responsible for our world.

  2. I agree and stay tuned for more good health news for older first time moms!