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Does Being a Mom Suck Worse Than Being a Dad?

The headline may sound like a dispatch from the Department of Obvious Science, but the reasons behind it are actually interesting. According to a study published in the American Sociological Review, mothers report more stress and fatigue than their male counterparts, largely due to the types of parenting tasks each group is responsible for. “The good news from our study is that parents generally enjoy being with their kids,” University of Minnesota researcher Ann Meier told Science Daily.
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