The New York Times
October 12, 2011
Could there be measurable benefits to your health, and to your brain in particular, from being a caregiver?
That caregiving could actually provide some health advantage is so counterintuitive that when Lisa Fredman, a Boston University epidemiologist, first saw such results emerging from her study of elderly women, “I thought, what on earth is going on here?” she recalled. “I blamed myself. I thought something was wrong with my data.”
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