This Morning – ITV 1 London, 28 January 2013

As part of a review of the day’s papers Phillip Schofield mentions Paul Dolan’s comments at the Hay Festival regarding his advice that turning off your mobile phone will make you happier.

The story was also mentioned on: Channel Five News, ITV 1 Ulster, STV North, STV Central West, ITV 1 Tyne Tees North, ITV 1 Central West, ITV 1 Granada, ITV 1 Yorkshire West, ITV 1 West, ITV 1 Meridian South, ITV1 Anglia East, ITV 1 Wales, ITV 1 West Country, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio Asia, Real Radio Scotland, Real Radio NorthEast, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Tees, LBC, BBC Oxford, BBC Berkshire, BBC Kent, BBC Sussex.

LSE PRESS RELEASE – Women more stressed by commuting than men, 22 Agust 2011

PRESS RELEASE LSE
Title:  Women more stressed by commuting than men
Authors: Jennifer Roberts , Paul Dolan
Publisher: LSE
View LSE Press Release

Links to media coverage about this Press Release:

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/266632/Women-hit-worst-by-daily-commute
http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2011/aug/22/communting-more-stressful-women-men
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2029073/Commuting-far-stressful-women-affect-mental-health-warn-experts.html
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2011/08/23/busy-mums-stressed-out-by-commuting-115875-23364857/
http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/interactive/news/theme_news_detail.php?id=800706638&tab_id=116
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/women-suffer-more-stress-from-daily-travel/177935-19.html
http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/health/2011/0823/1224302853228.html
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/women-suffer-more-stress-from-daily-travel/835817/

“I’ve won the grand slam of happiness; a former tennis star ticks all the right boxes in a new formula for wellbeing, report Rosie Kinchen and Richard Goss”, The Sunday Times, Edition 1, Northern Ireland, page 7, 20 March 2011

“I’ve won the grand slam of happiness; a former tennis star ticks all the right boxes in a new formula for wellbeing, report Rosie Kinchen and Richard Goss”, The Sunday Times, Edition 1, Northern Ireland, page 7, 20 March 2011

“The price of life – it was £20,000. Now NHS drugs body recalculates; National Institute for Clinical Excellence promises to take prompt action.” The Independent on Sunday, Nina Lakani, page 18, 12 October 2008.

“The price of life – it was £20,000. Now NHS drugs body recalculates;
National Institute for Clinical Excellence promises to take prompt action.” The Independent on Sunday, Nina Lakani, page 18, 12 October 2008.
(quoted in print edition)

“The Joy Of Economics; Politicians are looking to the dismal science for ways to make us happier–but is the well-being state a bad idea?” Newsweek International Edition, Rana Foroohar with ith Quindlen Krovatin in Beijing, 07 May 2007

The Joy Of Economics; Politicians are looking to the dismal science for ways to make us happier–but is the well-being state a bad idea?” Newsweek International Edition, Rana Foroohar with ith Quindlen Krovatin in Beijing, 07 May 2007