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What makes a man a good father? It may partly be his hormones.

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Dads-to-be have showed higher levels of estrogen and prolactin and lower levels of testosterone than non-expectant men.

Canadian Institutes of Health Research experts are exploring the biological forces that forge the father-child bond.

In light of Father's Day on June 17, experts from CIHR are available to comment on this topic as well as other health research being conducted about masculinity and male particularities. June 11-17 is also International Men's Health Week.

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