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Unequal Housework Could Be Damaging Women’s Health

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by Anna Almendrala

We’ve long known that the way couples divide housework can have a serious impact on a woman’s career. For example, in her 2013 book Lean In, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg advises women that unless their partners pitch in with at least 50 percent of the housework and childcare, they may not advance as much as they would like to in their workplace.

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