Put on your science hats because this article’s going to have that annoying “less than or equal to” sign in it.
Clinical Endocrinology, a journal about – duh – endocrines and clinics and stuff, published a study that says older dads create kids that are taller, slimmer, but with higher cholesterol.
Recently, fathers and their kids had a family day at the Ecoworld Aquarium in Picton, New Zealand to encourage dads’ involvement with their families.
The outing, part of the …
New Zealand rugby star Piri Weepu was in an anti-smoking commercial. There was a two second clip of him bottle-feeding his baby – which is a sweet image for a father*. But as MSNBC reports, “the country’s Health Sponsorship Council bowed to pressure from La Leche League and other motherhood advocacy groups,” and removed the bottle-feeding scene because it didn’t align with the “breast is best” values of the country.
This video of Sofia Walker was a fascinating comparison to what Dyrk Daniels captured a while back between a baby and a white Bengal tiger at the Cougar Moutain Zoo in Issaquah, Washington State.
I got to talk to Sofia’s father, Julian, about this unique experience his wife caught on camera at the Wellington Zoo in New Zealand.
Not a huge story, but just yesterday, some 13 year old girl in New Zealand’s Fairfield College brought her dad’s ecstasy to school, gave it to her classmates during their lunch hour, and, I’m assuming, rolled hard.
The girls said, according to TVNZ, that they thought the pills were “sweets.” The dad whose stash got raided wasn’t available for comment. But wherever he is, he’s not enjoying his club music half as much as he could be.