The Modern Dad

An involved father means a better outcome for kids.

Can a Father's Diet Affect His Newborn

By Paul Raeburn

Fathers, like mothers, might need to watch their folic acid levels.

Fathers Leave Their Marks

By Peter B. Gray Ph.D.

Evidence of paternal epigenetic inheritance is rare but intriguing.

Well-Kept Secrets About Fathers

By Susan Newman Ph.D.

A father’s role is far greater than we realize.

What Good Are Fathers?

By Christopher Peterson Ph.D.

The best fathers are those who are actively involved.

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