"Fatherhood can affect the health of young men, above the already known effect of marriage,"
Washington Post, July 21, 2015.
Yes, men gain weight when they become dads, study confirms
From a "large-scale study that tracked more than 10,000 men over a 20-year period."
"While the BMI difference appears to be small, researchers write that the estimates might be "conservative.""
"We now realize the transition to fatherhood is an important developmental life stage for men's health," Garfield said.