Women’s work skills and stresses affect health. Part 1 included cleaners, elementary teachers and shelter workers. Part 2 highlights the need for more research on health aspects of jobs done primarily by women – jobs that have almost no overlap with jobs done primarily by men.

Karen Messing, co-founder, Centre for the Study of Biological Interactions Between Health and Environment, Univ. of Quebec at Montreal

Produced by Frieda Werden

ON WINGS | September 7, 2013 | 2:30 pm

Occupational Disease Part 2

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Women’s work skills and stresses affect health. Part 1 included cleaners, elementary teachers and shelter workers. Part 2 highlights the need for more research on health aspects of jobs done primarily by women – jobs that have almost no overlap with jobs done primarily by men.

Karen Messing, co-founder, Centre for the Study of Biological Interactions Between Health and Environment, Univ. of Quebec at Montreal

Produced by Frieda Werden

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