Work-related stress negatively affects women's heart health

11/14/2010 | Google

Women with stressful jobs and who have little control over them had a 40% higher risk of heart problems, such as heart attacks and clogged arteries, than women with more control and less demanding jobs, a survey showed. Researchers also found that women who were anxious about losing their jobs were more likely to have higher blood pressure, cholesterol and weight.

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