Researcher says husbands of high-earners die sooner

July 2000
Journal of Business (10756124);07/13/2000, Vol. 15 Issue 15, p13
Trade Publication
Presents survey results on the life expectancy of husbands of high-earners in the United States. Implication for the relationship between health and income; Psychological impact of a wife's earnings; Need to address the social needs and responsibilities of women.


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