Women who work long hours 'more likely to put on weight'

Women who work long hours 'more likely to put on weight'

Melbourne : Australia | Jul 10, 2012 at 5:58 AM PDT
Source: Independent
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The study of more than 9000 women found those who worked more than 49 hours a week gained an average of about 1.9 per cent of their weight over a two-year period or about 1.3 kilograms for a 69-kilogram woman. Those who worked part-time had an average weight gain of 1.5 per cent or about 1 kilogram. "These... FULL ARTICLE AT Independent
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