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Men Who Work Longer Hours Have Healthier Wives, Indiana University And University of Texas Study


2/21/2014 7:06:16 AM

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The longer hours men work, the healthier their wives are, according to new research by UT Dallas post-doctoral research associate Dr. Sibyl Kleiner. The study, published online in Social Forces, examines the potential consequences of men’s and women’s work time on the health of their spouses. The authors, Kleiner and Indiana University professor Dr. Eliza K. Pavalko, were driven by their previous research on the health effects of one’s own work hours.

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