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4/23/01

Goodnight Moon, Wake Up, Pop!
By Paul Gilbert
New dads despair of ever getting it again - sleep, that is. Two very different schools of thought offer strategies.
4/9/01

Mozart Effect
By Buzz McClain
Does it make kids smarter? Maybe not. Is it smart fun? You bet.
3/12/01

You And Those Breasts
By Armin Brott
Nursing, terrific for a baby and mom, can pose problems for dads.
3/12/01

How Being A Dad Changed Your Life
By Armin Brott
The ten top surprises - in case you haven't noticed.
3/12/01

Saturday Morning TV
By Donald Liebenson
The very good, the not-so bad and the ugly.








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Among teens living in "hands-on" households (TV, Internet and music choices monitored, along with after-school, evening and weekend activities), 47 percent reported having an excellent relationship with their fathers and 57 percent reported an excellent relationship with their mothers. By comparison, only 13 percent of teens with "hands-off" parents reported an excellent relationship with their fathers and 24 percent reported the same with their mothers. The survey, from The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse, looked at 1,000 American teens between the age of 12 and 17.