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Why you should give your sons more chores than your daughters

For the first few years of life, boys and girls are mostly equal. They develop mentally at about the same rate, are disciplined similarly and are equally likely to start school, a new UNICEF study says. But the study suggests that gender differences begin to grow as the children do — particularly when girls become big […]
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