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Fathers Play an Important Part in a Child’s Development

June 16, 2013
By The Rev. Darrell Cummings , The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register

The evidence suggests that a role of the father in the United States is changing and that the male parent can contribute much more to the child's development during the first months of life than was formerly believed. At a recent rotary meeting that I attended, a pediatrician doctor, who is very well-known in the community for the numerous awards of studies in pediatrician medicine, stated that scientists have concluded that what happens in an infant's life in the first 100 days affects how the child's brain is developed.

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