A newly published research paper written by a Cornell University health economist reveals that American mothers with full-time jobs spend about 3.5 fewer hours per day on chores such as cooking, grocery shopping and playing with children compared to stay-at-home and unemployed moms. It was also found that working moms are more likely to make up for this lack of time by purchasing prepared foods in the form of takeout from restaurants or prepackaged, ready-to-eat meals from the grocery. Although these are generally less nutritious than home-cooked meals, lead author John Cawley states that it is not accurate to attribute […]Continue reading Working Moms and their Children’s Health
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