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Low testosterone may make you a better father

  • Written by Brenda Volling, Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan
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Many new parents know that a good night’s sleep is tough to come by. What the new parents probably do not know is that a crying infant can trigger a testosterone dip in some men, which turns out to be a good thing. Less testosterone may make them more empathic and less...

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