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Monday, 30 January 2012
Happy Working Song - Disney
Well, today we hear that office workers who spend long days at their desks are doubling their risk of depression, according to a new study. British researchers found that those who spend more than 55 hours a week in the office are 50 per cent more likely to suffer from depression according to the very reliable and informative survey featured in the magnificent Marie Claire Magazine.
Ground breaking stuff eh, and not really news to you or me as we know that, 'All work and no play makes us all very dull people'...
I wonder how many of the people surveyed did any exercise at all and how many of the 113hrs they had left each week were used running a few miles to de-stress.
Might be worth looking into rather than handing out loads of happy-pills?