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Paternity Leave: Why Men Don't Take It, But Should

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Paternity Leave: Why Men Don't Take It, But Should

Paternity Leave: Why Men Don't Take It, But Should

Paternity Leave: Why Men Don't Take It, But Should

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New mothers usually take at least some time off after delivering a baby, but dads are less likely to take leave. Advocates are pushing more dads to take paternity leave, and employers to offer it.