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Scientific Study Reveals 5 Reasons Moms Are More Stressed Than Dads, as If We Even Needed 1

A new study reveals that moms are more stressed out about parenting than dads?! Thank you, lead researcher Captain Obvious for whatever longitudinal experimentation went into drumming up that conclusion. We'd like to imagine that the person who performed this latest parenting study - which was just published in the American Sociological Review - had a husband at home who kept saying, "Prove it!" when she'd complain about doing more work.
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