Underestimating work-life difficulty may raise depression risk

08/21/2011 | HealthDay News

Married women who had full-time or part-time jobs and children living at home had a lower risk of depression compared with stay-at-home mothers, researchers found. But among working mothers, those who were more confident that work-life balance would be easy to achieve were more likely to suffer depression compared with those who said they weren't so sure women could balance career and family, according to findings that will be presented at the American Sociological Association's annual meeting in Las Vegas.

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