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Sept 11, 2001

10/12/01

HONEY, WHAT DID SHE SEE?
By Armin Brott
What to do when a child wanders in

10/12/01

COPING AT HOME AFTER LOSING A JOB
By Kevin Nelson
Sound advice from guys who've been there

9/12/01

WHY DADS MATTER (Part 1)
By Warren Farrell
The influential author, Warren Farrell, makes a
compelling case for the critical parenting role played by men

9/12/01

IT'S THAT TIME OF THE WEEK
By Sharon Goldman Edry
All about allowances

8/29/01


Top of the Pops
By Bruce Kluger
All that's newsy for Dad's.

8/29/01


Critics Picks
By Bruce Kluger
The latest CD's and videos for kids.

8/29/01


Sleepovers
By Buzz McClain
How not to make it a nightmare.

8/15/01


Why Is The Sky Blue?
By Jonn Salovaara
Definitive answers to your kids' most vexing questions.

8/15/01


Infant And Newborn Safety
By Kevin Nelson
Infants and Newborns.

8/15/01


Saving For College
By Pual Barr
An It's not too late- or too early.

7/11/01


Going Solo
By Alex Kotlowitz
An intrepid dad treats his 4-year old daughter-and himself-to a remote idyll on Lake Superior.

7/11/01


Kids and Racism
By Bruce Kluger
Out of the mouths of babes, finds a shocked liberal, come hateful words. What should he do?

7/11/01


The Dad Safety Guide
By Kevin Nelson
Protecting your home and family.

6/27/01


Dog Safety
By Mike Woitalla
A spate of recent horrific attacks on children make this must reading.

6/27/01


You're Going To Hear Who Perform?
By Sharon Goldman Edry
The indispensable Dad Guide to music you swear isn't music. Ignore at your peril.

6/21/01


Summer Dads
By Neil Chethik
Tis the season for divorced men to spend quantity time with their kids. Are you ready?



















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Fatherhood By The Numbers


We may be getting closer, but we're not there yet. According to a study conducted by Dr. W. Jean Yeung of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, dads are contributing to childcare much more significantly than during their fathers' generation, but still trail moms on the homefront.. While fathers spend more time with their children during the weekends, mothers top the chart on weekdays, overseeing such tasks as infant care, studying, and reading--"domains in which fathers have a very low relative contribution.'' Dads spent an average of 2.5 hours on a weekday (one-third less time than mothers spent with their children) and about 6 hours on a weekend day (only 13% less time than mothers spent with the kids). Other data in the study indicated that earning power plays some part in the results. Children of a mother who contributed at least half of the family income, for example, were found to spend 48 minutes more with their father on weekends, while for every additional $10,000 that a father made, he spent 3.5 minutes less per day with his children. Una pastilla viagra en Espana para la impotencia sexual masculina ya están en las farmacias.