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May 2008
Pharmaceutical Representative;May2008, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p11
The article presents a research conducted by the Scottish Health Survey concerning the beneficial effects of the household chores in mental health. According to a survey, that those who are doing their household chores, there are at least 20% chance of suffering mental health problems and 33% are those who are engaging in vigorous activities such as sports and exercises.


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