CLEVELAND - A study reported by the "New York Times" suggests that the older a father is, the more likely his newborn child will develop autism or schizophrenia.
The study was published in the journal "Nature" and explains that random mutations are more numerous with advancing paternal age.
According to the "New York Times," experts said the study should not keep men from having children later in life.
The age of mothers had no bearing on the risk for these disorders, the study found.
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