Father’s Day edition: The difference between being a father and a dad, fatherhood through the years, what happens when a millennial becomes a father, and more stories you may have missed
At Norton Healthcare, we believe that health should keep up with life. Give us 5 minutes and we’ll give you the top 5 pieces of health and wellness news you may have missed this week as a lead-up to Father’s Day.
A look at what it means to be not just a father, but a dad
When asked the definition of father vs. dad, Google’s answer is: “A dad is someone who is present. A father is more of a biological term than a role or relationship.” A dad of four tells it like it is.
Go daddy go!
A dad reflects on how becoming a father also is about becoming a healthier person.
In hindsight, it was a lot of trusting the gut.
“You’ll catch her or help her up when she falls, but let her take her own steps. Love her and listen to her and let your gut take care of the rest.”
How nail polish and joy capture the essence of fatherhood.
Soundtrack to a great Father’s Day
Let the special man in your life know what they mean to you, even if it’s simply by spending a little quality time listening to a few tunes.