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Is working remotely bad for your health?
Imagine rolling out of bed in the morning and, rather than racing to get out the door and into morning traffic, you could go for a run or make yourself breakfast. It’s the kind of daydream every chained-to-his-desk office worker has now and then. And for many, that daydream has become a reality.
Working women often underestimate motherhood costs
Kerry Fender didn’t plan to leave her job after her daughter was born.
EU top diplomat says Iran nuclear deal is working
High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini said Iran nuclear deal is working.
Mothers suffer 'striking' long-term wage penalty from part-time working
Much of the gender pay gap is due to the fact that mothers take part-time work after childbirth, new research has found.
Working the night shift may increase cancer risk for women
Women who pull the night shift regularly might be at greater risk for a number of cancers, new research suggested.
South Korea's working population shrinking
South Korea's working-age population is shrinking much faster than in other countries after hitting its peak in 2016, a report said Tuesday.
Working to reduce brain injury in newborns
Research-clinicians at Children's National Health System led the first study to identify a promising treatment to reduce or prevent brain injury in newborns who have suffered hypoxia-ischemia, a serious complication in which restricted blood flow deprives the brain of oxygen.
NHS staff 'working on edge of safety'
NHS staff in England are working on the ‘edge of safety’ as rising demand is outstripping the increasing numbers being employed, health bosses say.
Researchers working on new approach to track seafloor motion along faults
Oceanographers from University of Washington (UW) are working with a company to develop a simple new technique that could track seafloor movement in earthquake-prone coastal areas.
There’s another reason why working moms feel so guilty
If you're a working mom who feels guilty about the amount of time you spend away from your kids, there might be something more than just a busy workload at play. According to a new study, working moms' guilt can often come from their childhood experiences and the way their own parents operated.
Researchers working on centralized control over autonomous cars, drones
A team of scientists at Stanford University are developing the infrastructure to centrally manage autonomous cars and drones.
Aging population a liability for working people
Good news derailed UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s manifesto launch. She might not have seen it that way — it is rare for any party to abandon a manifesto pledge just four days after its announcement and U-turns of this nature are embarrassing for a sitting prime minister with a reputation as a stickler for detail. But none the less, the social care debacle is the result of some exceptionally good news.
Researchers turn graphene into working OLED electrodes
For the first time, scientists have fashioned working OLED — an organic light-emitting diode — electrodes out of graphene. The breakthrough could pave the way for a variety of smart material applications.
Working full time not enough to make ends meet in Florida
Even after working 40 or more hours a week, thousands of Florida parents would need to earn nearly double the state's current hourly minimum wage in order to break even, according to policy analyses conducted by researchers at the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP), Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
Maintaining family rituals when working away from home
The way we work is fundamentally changing, with a rise in mobile working — people who travel away from home for long or short periods of time.

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