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Swings in Dad’s Testosterone Affect Family, For Better or Worse, After Birth

A new study supports previous findings that show men have biological responses to becoming a parent. The study revealed men whose testosterone levels dropped during 9 months following birth were at higher risk of developing post partum depression. By contrast, those who experienced high testosterone were at higher risk of experiencing stress and tended to be more aggressive toward their partner.... Read More...
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The Ugly Truth About Attractiveness

A new study in Body Image reports women who evaluated as less attractive were more motivated to diet and be thin if they had a husband considered more attractive. The additional motivation to be thin was not apparent in women considered to be more attractive that their partner. In men, the motivation to diet was low, regardless of their own, or their wives' level of attractiveness.... Read More...