New study reveals hands-on dads are teased at work Add to ... Featuring video from CTVNews.ca Published Friday, Jun. 21, 2013 9:30AM EDT Last updated Friday, Jun. 21, 2013 12:05PM EDT Rotman School of Management professor Jennifer Berdahl discusses study that reveals males who tale care of kids are teased at work Watch More Video: Dallas zoo gorilla dances in a kiddie pool Johnny Depp jokes about killing Trump A mother battles leukemia knowing the odds of finding a donor are slim Colombian trio tie the knot Japanese restaurant pairs tech with food Spooked peacock smashes up liquor store near Los Angeles Interactive instrument uses music for child therapy and learning Brooklyn farming startup aims to feed an urban world Young spelling bee stars share secrets to their success Cheese-rolling race sends people tumbling in rural England The tiny organism that could help feed the planet 'See-through' ladybug shell reveals wing-folding mechanism Electric shocks could 'improve' dried herbs taste Britain's 'Iron Man' breaks his own jet-suit speed record Inside a treatment centre, men confront stigma of addiction Neuroscientists find way to measure 'brain age' Add some flair to your long weekend BBQ with this surf and turf dish Doctors test focused ultrasound as Alzheimer’s treatment Hop on board a Denver cannabis tour What was Starbucks thinking with their new Unicorn Frappuccino? Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Video: Memoir tells true stories of growing up with a gay dad Video: Sorry Dad, kids say you're the most embarrassing parent Video: Will the stigma for stay-at-home dads ever disappear?