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Men With Smaller Testicles are Better Fathers, Emory University Reveals



9/10/2013 6:03:47 AM

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A link between the size of a father's testicles and how active he is in bringing up his children has been suggested by scientists. Researchers at Emory University, US, said those with smaller testicles were more likely to be involved with nappy changing, feeding and bath time. They also found differences in brain scans of fathers looking at images of their child, linked to testicle size.

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