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Study Says Vitamin B9 Levels In Fathers-to-Be Crucial, No Mention of McRib
5 years ago

Study Says Vitamin B9 Levels In Fathers-to-Be Crucial, No Mention of McRib

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Mouse Has A Folate

Researchers at Montreal’s McGill University are at it again with their scientific mousecapades. Recently, scientists at McGill gave us the news that fatherless mice turn into a-holes.

Now, researchers are thinking more with their stomachs and reinforcing the notion that dudes planning on having kids should be careful when trying to conceive, as their vitamin B9 “folate” levels have an effect on their sperm. And not the deliciousness factor of the sperm, mind you.

Not that we’re saying it’s delicious. Not that we’re saying that we’re not.

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Paternal Obesity ‘May Be’ Linked With Increase in Certain Children’s Cancers
6 years ago

Paternal Obesity ‘May Be’ Linked With Increase in Certain Children’s Cancers

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Fat dudes looking to have kids might want to put down the KFC and pick up the kale. Or put down the tiramisu and get on a treadmill. Or something.

Recent research has found that there is a possible link between paternal obesity and a small panel of children’s cancers.

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6 Habits for Healthy Dads
8 years ago

6 Habits for Healthy Dads

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Derek Markham had a post yesterday on the DadsGood section of the Good Men Project, talking about habits of healthy dads. Six total, if you’re keeping count.

Don’t let …
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Dads That Eat Crap Create Kids That Eat Crap
8 years ago

Dads That Eat Crap Create Kids That Eat Crap

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In the world’s most obvious news ever, a recent study has found that fathers that utilize fast food restaurants as meal options tend to pass the practice onto their …
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Dad’s Diet (Still) Influences Unborn Kids’ Health
8 years ago

Dad’s Diet (Still) Influences Unborn Kids’ Health

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It seems like every week, we cover some study that proves that once again, a father’s diet effects their future kid’s health. This time around, the Toronto Sun covers …
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