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Single mothers and lowest paid hit hardest by loss of income in Covid-19 crisis

Thomas Crossley, Paul Fisher, Hamish Low

Lone ParentsLabour MarketUnemploymentEconomicsPovertyWelfare BenefitsIncome DynamicsSavings And AssetsWages And EarningsHousehold EconomicsDebt: IndebtednessHealthFinanceCaregivingCovid 19


Women more likely to suffer from depression since state pension age increase, study finds

Ludovico Carrino, Karen Glaser, Mauricio Avendano


State pension age changes: women in high-stress jobs face increased health issues - report

Ludovico Carrino, Karen Glaser, Mauricio Avendano


Women in lower-grade jobs hit by pension change 'at greater risk of depression'

Ludovico Carrino, Karen Glaser, Mauricio Avendano


Speed of aging during life span measured by new tool

Daniel W.W. Belsky, Avshalom Caspi, Louise Arseneault, Andrea Baccarelli, David L. Corcoran

HealthLife Course AnalysisBiologyGenetics


New tool may offer a novel approach to prevent multiple chronic diseases

Daniel W.W. Belsky, Avshalom Caspi, Louise Arseneault, Andrea Baccarelli, David L. Corcoran

HealthLife Course AnalysisBiologyGenetics


Epidemiologists develop new tool for measuring the pace of aging across the life course

Daniel W.W. Belsky, Avshalom Caspi, Louise Arseneault, Andrea Baccarelli, David L. Corcoran

HealthLife Course AnalysisBiologyGenetics


Thousands of depression cases 'linked to universal credit'

Sophie Wickham, Lee Bentley, Tanith Rose, Margaret Whitehead, David Taylor-Robinson


Universal Credit linked to mental health problems for 63,674 people, study finds

Sophie Wickham, Lee Bentley, Tanith Rose, Margaret Whitehead, David Taylor-Robinson


Citizenship

David Bartram


Poorest women's life expectancy declines, finds report

Michael Marmot, Jessica Allen, Tammy Boyce, Peter Goldblatt, Joana Morrison


Do voters need therapy? Professor James Tilley asks to what extent our politics is now steeped in cognitive distortion?

Luca Bernardi, Robert Johns


Depression, status quo bias and the Brexit referendum

Luca Bernardi, Robert Johns


E-cigarettes may be helping disadvantaged smokers to quit

Michael J. Green, Linsay Gray, Helen Sweeting, Michaela Benzeval


Social inequalities in vaping: why smoking matters

Michael J. Green, Linsay Gray, Helen Sweeting, Michaela Benzeval


UK-born children of migrants 'feel more discriminated against' than foreign migrants

Mariña Fernández-Reino


Older ethnic minority adults have fewer close friends

Brenda Hayanga, Brenda Hayanga, Dylan Kneale, Dylan Kneale, Ann Phoenix


Older ethnic minority adults have fewer close friends

Brenda Hayanga, Dylan Kneale, Ann Phoenix


One in three over-80s 'provide vital unpaid care for loved ones' in UK


Unpaid elderly carers save Government £23 billion per year, Age UK claims


New AGE UK analysis finds our over 80s save Government £23 billion a year through the unpaid care they give loved ones


Hardline Hindus are pushing the Indian government's agenda on British voters

Nicole Martin, Omar Khan


Women less likely to progress at work than male colleagues after childbirth

Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, Alina Pelikh


Becoming a mother makes career progression harder

Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, Alina Pelikh


Women less likely to progress at work following childbirth, new research suggests

Susan Harkness, Magda Borkowska, Alina Pelikh