Google Doodle celebrates Father`s Day along with FIFA World Cup

Today is a twin celebration! While the FIFA World cup fever has already kicked off, it`s a day to pay tribute to fathers. So Google today decided to incorporate and celebrate both these special events through an interactive doodle.

Campaign against early girl marriage targets fathers, men

Fathers and men are the target of a new campaign, which seeks to raise awareness in the country about marrying off girls before they turn 18 years old.

Dads rely on Google to solve children`s problems: Survey

What do dads do when their children approach them for help or for advice?

Older male burying beetles make better fathers

Researchers at the University of Exeter have revealed that that older male burying beetles make better fathers than their younger counterparts.

Smoking damages DNA of hopeful dads; ups cancer risk in offsprings

Cigarette smoke damages DNA in the reproductive cells of fathers and these changes are inherited by the offspring, a new study has found.

Fathers,not mothers, influence what children eat

A man`s choice of where to eat could literally tip the scales on his child`s health.

Mums are better drivers than fathers

Women are better behind the wheel as compared to men.

Housework makes fathers happy

Fathers are less stressed when sharing childcare and domestic chores.

Talking to your dad - a stress-buster!

Do you want to know the secret to happiness? Well, just talk to your dad.

Fathers experience prenatal, postpartum depression too

A research has revealed that about 10 percent of fathers experience prenatal or postpartum depression.

Fathers experience prenatal, postpartum depression too

A research has revealed that about 10 percent of fathers experience prenatal or postpartum depression.

Fathers experience prenatal, postpartum depression too

A an analysis of previous research has revealed that about 10 percent of fathers experience prenatal or postpartum depression, with rates being highest in the 3 to 6 month postpartum period.

Fathers experience prenatal, postpartum depression too

A an analysis of previous research has revealed that about 10 percent of fathers experience prenatal or postpartum depression, with rates being highest in the 3 to 6 month postpartum period.