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Previous research investigated several different aspects of the relationship between having a child and parental mortality. An aspect of research that was neglected until now is the age of the child. If children have an effect on parental mortality it is likely to change as they grow up. We extend previous research by applying a longitudinal approach using Swedish Register data and hazard regression models for men and women separately. Adjusting for age and a variety of control variables wedoi:10.17045/sthlmuni.12199192.v1 fatcat:m7n3ccfjgfhxzasdk6xkscni7q