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Palmer, Ann P. (2005)
Publisher: Centre for Health Services Studies
Languages: English
Types: Other
Subjects: HM, H1
This is the first study of the health of people travelling to work. The paper describes a study from the 2001 Kent & Medway Health and Lifestyle Survey. It focusses on the health of people commuting to London and those working elsewhere who were travelling for more than 45 minutes.
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