Now mums can return to work without sacrificing time with their children, and it seems they may be healthier because of it.
A recent study by the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health from the British Medical Journal, found that despite many mums feeling as though they are taking on too much by trying to juggle home and office demands, they may actually be improving their chances of a healthy life.
Research showed that the risk of becoming obese was found to be almost double for a stay-at-home mother than for a working mum. Launched in April, www.workingmums.co.uk aims to provide professional yet flexible work to mums who want to continue climbing the career ladder but want to care for their children too.
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