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The News-Times
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger men
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?
The News-Times / Posted 10 hours ago
to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger mental health issue. Researchers from Norway's University of Bergen, Yale and Nottingham Trent University surveyed 16,426 Norwegian workers to explore a possible connection... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger men
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?
Greenwich Time / Posted 10 hours ago
to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger mental health issue. Researchers from Norway's University of Bergen, Yale and Nottingham Trent University surveyed 16,426 Norwegian workers to explore a possible connection... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger men
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 hours ago
to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger mental health issue. Researchers from Norway's University of Bergen, Yale and Nottingham Trent University surveyed 16,426 Norwegian workers to explore a possible connection... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger men
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 hours ago
to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger mental health issue. Researchers from Norway's University of Bergen, Yale and Nottingham Trent University surveyed 16,426 Norwegian workers to explore a possible connection... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger men
Is Being a Workaholic a Symptom of Anxiety or Depression?
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 13 hours ago
to be on call or in the office 24/7 could actually be a symptom of a larger mental health issue. Researchers from Norway's University of Bergen, Yale and Nottingham Trent University surveyed 16,426 Norwegian workers to explore a possible connection... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Workaholism tied to psychiatric disordersResearchers at the University of Bergen in Norway have examined the association
Workaholism tied to psychiatric disorders
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Researchers at the University of Bergen in Norway have examined the associations between workaholism and psychiatric disorders among 16,426 working adults. “Workaholics scored higher on all the psychiatric symptoms than non-workaholics,” says... Read more
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Quartz
A massive new study links being a workaholic to a myriad of other psychiatric disorderssignificantly more likely to have psychiatric symptoms. Psychology researchers
A massive new study links being a workaholic to a myriad of other psychiatric disorders
Quartz / Posted yesterday
significantly more likely to have psychiatric symptoms. Psychology researchers, led by Cecilie Schou Andreassen from the University of Bergen in Norway, found a strong link between workaholism and ADHD, OCD, anxiety, and depression. They... Read more
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PhysOrg
Do female birds mate with multiple males to protect their young?blue tit fathers may then work together to stop predators from attacking their
Do female birds mate with multiple males to protect their young?
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
blue tit fathers may then work together to stop predators from attacking their young, according to new research from the University of Bergen. Philosopher Claus Halberg believes this research challenges established ideas about the passive... Read more
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The Christian Post
Archaeology Discovery: Cave Rings Found in France May Reveal Religious Rituals of Neanderthalsfor which Neanderthals ventured 300 meters deep into the cave to partake in. E
Archaeology Discovery: Cave Rings Found in France May Reveal Religious Rituals of Neanderthals
The Christian Post / Posted 4 days ago
for which Neanderthals ventured 300 meters deep into the cave to partake in. Emmanuel Discamps, an archaeologist at the University of Bergen in Norway, told the Los Angeles Times that the find is a "truly extraordinary discovery." "Comparable... Read more
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New Kerala
Excessive working may up anxiety, depression risk - newkerala.com #68535symptoms than non-workaholics," said Cecilie Schou Andreassen, researcher and c
Excessive working may up anxiety, depression risk - newkerala.com #68535
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
symptoms than non-workaholics," said Cecilie Schou Andreassen, researcher and clinical psychologist specialistat the University of Bergen (UiB) in Norway. Among the study participants, 32.7 percent workaholics met criteria for ADHD in... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Workaholics more likely to suffer from psychiatric disordersA recent study by the University of Bergen, Nottingham Trent University and Yal
Workaholics more likely to suffer from psychiatric disorders
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 4 days ago
A recent study by the University of Bergen, Nottingham Trent University and Yale University found that workaholism can co-occur with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety and depression. Examining the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Workaholism may lead to anxiety, depressionscored higher on all the psychiatric symptoms than non-workaholics," said Cecil
Workaholism may lead to anxiety, depression
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
scored higher on all the psychiatric symptoms than non-workaholics," said Cecilie Schou Andreassen from University of Bergen in Norway. Among workaholics, 32.7 per cent met attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)... Read more
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Medical News Today
Psychiatric disorders more common among workaholics, study findsto the study authors - including Cecilie Schou Andreassen of the Department of
Psychiatric disorders more common among workaholics, study finds
Medical News Today / Posted 5 days ago
to the study authors - including Cecilie Schou Andreassen of the Department of Psychological Science at the University of Bergen, Norway - workaholism has been defined as "being overly concerned about work, driven by an... Read more
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dna
Workaholics more prone to depression and anxietyscored higher on all the psychiatric symptoms than non-workaholics," said Cecil
Workaholics more prone to depression and anxiety
dna / Posted 5 days ago
scored higher on all the psychiatric symptoms than non-workaholics," said Cecilie Schou Andreassen from University of Bergen in Norway. Among workaholics, 32.7% met attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) criteria... Read more
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Psych Central
ADHD, OCD May Be More Common Among Workaholicsand Clinical Psychologist Specialist Dr. Cecilie Schou Andreassen, at the Depar
ADHD, OCD May Be More Common Among Workaholics
Psych Central / Posted 5 days ago
and Clinical Psychologist Specialist Dr. Cecilie Schou Andreassen, at the Department of Psychosocial Science at the University of Bergen (UiB), and visiting scholar at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. Among... Read more
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International Business Times
Anxiety, ADHD and OCD: Workaholics more prone to psychiatric and behavioural problems order to identify risk factors involved with these compulsive work patterns. A
Anxiety, ADHD and OCD: Workaholics more prone to psychiatric and behavioural problems
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
order to identify risk factors involved with these compulsive work patterns. An addiction to work The scientists from the University of Bergen in Norway have examined the associations between working behaviours and mental health in a group of... Read more
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Business Standard India
Excessive working may up anxiety, depression risksymptoms than non-workaholics," said Cecilie Schou Andreassen, researcher and c
Excessive working may up anxiety, depression risk
Business Standard India / Posted 5 days ago
symptoms than non-workaholics," said Cecilie Schou Andreassen, researcher and clinical psychologist specialistat the University of Bergen (UiB) in Norway. Among the study participants, 32.7% workaholics met criteria for ADHD in contrast to... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Combining sonoporation with chemotherapy drug may help improve pancreatic cancer treatmentin Gastroenterology at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen and The Departme
Combining sonoporation with chemotherapy drug may help improve pancreatic cancer treatment
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
in Gastroenterology at Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen and The Departments of Clinical Science & Medicine at the University of Bergen, where some of his collaborators are also based. Before the technique is proven effective, approved for... Read more
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Daily Mail
Are YOU a workaholic? If so you're at greater risk of ADHD and anxietyget. But working all the hours in a day can impact on a person's mental health,
Are YOU a workaholic? If so you're at greater risk of ADHD and anxiety
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
get. But working all the hours in a day can impact on a person's mental health, experts have warned Researchers at the University of Bergen in Norway found workaholics are more likely to suffer ADHD, OCD, anxiety and depression. Dr Cecilie... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why you'll live longer if your mother ate lots of beanswho smoke in the years before conception are significantly more likely to fathe
Why you'll live longer if your mother ate lots of beans
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
who smoke in the years before conception are significantly more likely to father children with asthma, research from the University of Bergen suggests. This supports worrying evidence compiled by Professor Marcus Pembrey, a geneticist at the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Meet UMI's Dr Karyeija, a Public Affairs Donhad been prodding me on. And finally, my 18th application succeeded," he said.
Meet UMI's Dr Karyeija, a Public Affairs Don
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
had been prodding me on. And finally, my 18th application succeeded," he said. In 2001, Karyeija was admitted to the University of Bergen in Norway for an MPhil in Public Administration. Classes would start in 2003, running up to 2005. "I... Read more
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Business Wire
First Ever International Workshop on HVDC Power Cables in the Context of International Submarine Cables and Pipelines and the ABNJPolicy (COLP) of the University of Virginia, the Center for International Law (
First Ever International Workshop on HVDC Power Cables in the Context of International Submarine Cables and Pipelines and the ABNJ
Business Wire / Posted 28 days ago
Policy (COLP) of the University of Virginia, the Center for International Law (CIL), National University of Singapore, the University of Bergen in Norway, and the International Cable Protection Committee (ICPC). State participation included... Read more
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DW
Refugee welcome begins to wear thin in Greece |between actions and thoughts Theodoros Rakopoulos, a post-doctorate researcher
Refugee welcome begins to wear thin in Greece |
DW / Posted 1 months ago
between actions and thoughts Theodoros Rakopoulos, a post-doctorate researcher in social anthropology at the University of Bergen, Norway, has been volunteering in Idomeni. His academic work revolves around solidarity and cooperative... Read more

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