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Researchers: Added Benefits When Dads Read Bedtime Stories to Kids

November 06, 2015 / TODAY

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TEASER Harvard researchers found that kids who are read to by their dads have better-developed language skills than those who are read to only by moms. They say fathers use more abstract and complex language.
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Harvard researchers found that kids who are read to by their dads have better-developed language skills than those who are read to only by moms. They say fathers use more abstract and complex language.

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