Researchers at the University of North Carolina studied more than 1,300 mothers in the U.S. for a 10 year period. They found moms who worked had fewer symptoms of depression and were healthier, in general. Researchers also say moms who worked part-time did a better job at balancing work and home lives than moms who worked full-time. The study is in the Journal of Family Psychology.
Study: working moms healthier than stay at homes