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Late-Life Fatherhood May Lower Child's Intelligence

A man's biological clock may be ticking too, researchers say,,,, MONDAY, March 9 (HealthDay News) -- Men who put off becoming dads till later in life may pay a price: slightly lowered intelligence in their offspring. That's the conclusion of an Australian study that found that kids...

Farming, Fatherhood Hallmarks of Men Who Live to 100

Study finds men with more than 3 kids are more likely reach the milestone MONDAY, Nov. 19 (HealthDay News) -- A young, trim farmer with four or more children: According to a new study, that's the ideal profile for American men hoping to reach 100 years of age. The research, based l...

Boot Camp for New Dads Now Working with Renowned Katherine Stone - Educating Fathers about Postpartum Depression

...ice" for preparing men to be fathers and has been named a U.S. Navy Model Program. Boot Camp for New Dads has prepared more than 200,000 men for fatherhood over the years. For more information about Boot Camp for New Dads, visit www.bcnd.org and Dads Adventure, www.dadsadventure.com . CONTACT...

National Leaders Examine Sex and Responsibility in New Book

...ned Parenthood Federation of America, Janet Murguia, President and CEO of the National Council of LaRaza, and Roland Warren, President of the National fatherhood Initiative. Religious leaders and thinkers such as Jim Wallis, President and CEO of Sojourners, Rev. Samuel Rodriquez, President, National His...

Men Must Contend With a Biological Clock, Too

...izophrenia in children born to men as young as their mid-40s. And doctors and researchers are busy trying to figure out how men who choose to delay fatherhood -- either by choice or necessity, such as a lack of a partner -- can offset the effects of their biological clocks as those clocks wind down. Inter...

Thinking About Being a Father?

... Three Tips from an Expert in Making fatherhood Happen ATLANTA, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Center for Health Statistics data indicate that Georgia had 149,919 new babies born in 2005, th...

Non-Resident Fathers Project Selects Four National Sites for Funding to Increase Father Involvement and Improve Outcomes in Child Welfare

...gion IV (King County), in collaboration with local fatherhood programs Divine Alternatives for Dads and Fresh Start fatherhood Program; Catalyst for Kids; the Division of Child ...n Center on Children and the Law, and the National fatherhood Initiative. It is funded by the Children's Bureau,...

Fatherhood Tied to Higher Prostate Cancer Risk

...ent findings of the two Scandinavian studies about fatherhood and risk. The new Danish report finds that "among ... increasing number of children" -- in other words, fatherhood was linked to an increased risk for prostate cance...." In any case, men shouldn't make decisions on fatherhood based on the study results, Brawley stressed. "I w...

Fatherhood linked to prostate cancer risk

...he risk of the disease. The study appears in the February 15, 2008 issue of CANCER, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Cancer Society. Whether fatherhood can affect the risk of prostate cancer remains controversial. Evidence has suggested that childless men may be at lower risk of prostate cancer than m...

VH1 Set to Continue Its Record-Breaking Pace Into 2008 with Brand New Premieres and Returning Series

...come to terms with impending fatherhood. Ultimately, it will be a season full of life changing decisions for Scott who will be preparing for marriage, fatherhood and instantly becoming a father to an 18-year old stepdaughter. Scott's friends, especially Johnny V., will also have learned to live with these many ...
Fatherhood in Biological News

February 2009 highlights from Biology of Reproduction

...cisco Rausell, Antonio Cano, and Juan J. Tarn. Long-Term Effects of Delayed fatherhood in Mice on Postnatal Development and Behavioral Traits of Offspring. Biol R...l A. Garca-Prez, Francisco Rausell, Antonio Cano, and Juan J. Tarn. Delayed fatherhood in Mice Decreases Reproductive Fitness and Longevity of Offspring. Biol Rep...

Men shed light on the mystery of human longevity, study finds

...re complete, generally by age 55 in humans, according to demographer Cedric Puleston, a doctoral candidate in biological sciences at Stanford. But the fatherhood of a small number of older men is enough to postpone the date with death because natural selection fights life-shortening mutations until the species ...

Does father know best?

...dence in an effort to determine how perceptions of fatherhood correlate to fact. He found that, overall, men who were confident about their fatherhood going into the test were only wrong 1.7 percent of...cent of the time. Men who were dubious about their fatherhood ?specifically men who contested paternity through ...
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