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The Family Weekly: Do All Newborns Really Look Like Their Dads?  

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This Week in Family

“She looks just like her dad!” It’s a common refrain that new moms might hear after giving birth. But it turns out the resemblance is all in the eye of the beholder. Babies are equally likely to resemble either parent, but the myth persists because fathers

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