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Do men have a biological clock of sorts? A large new study suggests they may.
By Bahar Gholipour, Staff Writer
Published: 02/26/2014 04:34 PM EST on LiveScience
Men planning to have kids may want to keep an eye on their bi...
What do burying beetles have in common with humans? Older males are better fathers to their offspring, according to a new study.
A study conducted ...
When he first looked into my eyes and screamed at the top of his lungs, a rush of love poured through my body unlike anything I'd experienced before. To say it was worth the wait is insufficient.
Will this be the moment when fathers finally listen? Combined as it is with every other social trend, is this what it will take to change the roles of fathers into what we've been hoping for and hinting at for years?
An important study appearing today in the journal Nature sharply advances what's known about the risks faced by the children of older fathers.
Alexander is, on paper and otherwise, a success. He has degrees from two Ivy League schools. He runs his own consulting business, with offices in Bost...
As an older parent puffing along in the early laps of child rearing, I can offer one piece of advice: Enough with the math. Resist calculating your decline against the kid's milestones.
I realized that not one of my younger parent friends had ever discriminated against me because of my age. I had been my own worst enemy.
New research suggesting that the age of your father influences your IQ - the older he was when you were born, the worse you are likely to fare when te...
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