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A new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows fathers are becoming increasingly involved in the lives of their children.

That's good news for kids, since studies show that an involved father has a positive impact on a child's academic performance, health habits and behavior. What is the role of today's father?

 

 

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Vincent DiCaro, Vice President, Fatherhood Initiative

Peter Gray, UNLV anthropology professor and author of Fatherhood: Evolution and Human Paternal Behavior

Kurt Ouchida, managing partner, Brain Trust Marketing

 

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