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Long work hours, weekend working and depressive symptoms in men and women: findings from a UK population-based study

Gillian Weston, Afshin Zilanawala, Elizabeth Webb, Livia A. Carvalho, Anne McMunn

PsychologyLabour MarketWell BeingHealth


Women's long hours 'affect mental health'

Gillian Weston, Afshin Zilanawala, Elizabeth Webb, Livia A. Carvalho, Anne McMunn


Women who work long hours have a higher risk of depression than men, study finds

Gillian Weston, Afshin Zilanawala, Elizabeth Webb, Livia A. Carvalho, Anne McMunn


Are women who work long hours more likely to be depressed?

Gillian Weston, Afshin Zilanawala, Elizabeth Webb, Livia A. Carvalho, Anne McMunn


Working long hours ‘linked to depression in women but not men’

Gillian Weston, Afshin Zilanawala, Elizabeth Webb, Livia A. Carvalho, Anne McMunn


Women working longer hours more likely to be depressed – study. Research also finds men and women who work weekends more likely to have low moods

Gillian Weston, Afshin Zilanawala, Elizabeth Webb, Livia A. Carvalho, Anne McMunn


Women who work long hours at higher risk of depression

Gillian Weston, Afshin Zilanawala, Elizabeth Webb, Livia A. Carvalho, Anne McMunn


Never too early, never too late: social and biological influences on health and disease over the lifecourse

David Blane, Noriko Cable, Tarani Chandola, Hannah-Marie Creese, Alexis Karamanos

MedicineScience And TechnologyHealthLife Course AnalysisSocial Behaviour