It's known that just like new moms, new dads can also suffer from baby blues. Now a new study states that fathers experiencing postpartum depression are more likely to spank their babies.
Spanking children can make them more aggressive, suggests a new study. Ethical concerns have caused many to disapprove of spanking as a method of disciplining young children but recent research has revealed that it may actually have adverse consequences.
Los Angeles, September 25 -- Spanking by parents can significantly damage a child’s mental abilities and results in a lower IQ later in life, suggests a new groundbreaking study by researchers at the University of New Hampshire.