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(Psych Central News) Apparently becoming a father is a motivating factor for men to get their act together and straighten up. In a new study, researchers found that after men become fathers for the first time, they show significant decreases in crime, tobacco and alcohol use. As a part of a 19-year longitudinal study, researchers evaluated more than [...]

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