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Babies who resemble their fathers are more likely to be healthy

By: Team Ifairer | Posted: 09-03-2018
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The research indicated that infants who looked like their father at birth were healthier one year later, suggesting that father-child resemblance induces a father to spend more time engaged in positive parenting. Non-resident fathers spend 2.5 days more per month with children they resemble, the findings showed.

The study has implications regarding the role of a father's time in enhancing child health, especially in fragile families, said the researchers.

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