When it comes to family jewels, bigger is not always better
A study draws some unexpected links between a father’s job — mathematician, for example, along with office workers and artists — and a greater likelihood of birth defects in his offspring
It’s not news that becoming a parent changes everything. But a new study suggests that fatherhood’s transformative power is responsible for new dads’ decreased rates of tobacco and alcohol use and crime.
Having children may drain a man’s testosterone, but a large family may also be an indicator of heart health, a new study finds.
We women talk a good game about wanting our partners to step up and parent alongside us — to change diapers, cut off crusts for pint-size picky eaters, handle the bedtime routine — but a new study has found that when dads do …