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Majority of men wouldn’t swap roles with their other half

More than half of husbands would not be prepared to swap roles with their other half, it  has been revealed. A study found juggling childcare with work, planning the weekly meals and running the home are enough to put men off a role reversal. In addition, having to conduct a weekly food shop and getting [...]


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Running errands, online banking and nattering with friends – the modern lunch break

The average lunch “break” now consists of a round of texting, social media updates and an online shopping spree – and eating lunch at our desks, a study has revealed. Workers get through an average of two social media updates, send two personal text messages or emails and make one personal phone call, as well [...]


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Builders are the nation’s healthiest workers – nurses surprisingly suffer

Britain’s builders are the healthiest workers in the country, according to new research. The surprising findings emerged in a study of 2,000 employees, which analysed the food choices, lifestyle habits, fitness levels and working environments of people across a wide range of sectors. It found that, on the whole, people working within the construction industry [...]


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Taken for granted- three and a half years is the point where the romance fades

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Couples start taking each other for granted three years and six months into their marriage, it has been revealed. A poll of 2,000 married adults showed this is the point where couples lose the dating buzz, prefer sleep over sex and stop saying ‘I love you’. The research indicated that after three and a half [...]


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