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Long Work Hours Associated with Heart Disease

A British study found that “working 11 hours or more per day had a 1.67-fold increased risk for CHD (coronary heart disease) compared with participants working 7 to 8 hours per day.” These findings support the idea that there is more to life than just work.

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    It is not surprising that working long hours contributes to heart disease. Firstly, the longer you are away from home means more food to be brought from home. It is common for most people to bring healthy food from home for lunch, almost everyday, but ask them to bring in dinner too and you will get a less than happy response. Therefore, people will have to buy dinner out and there are not healthy fast foods out and about. in addition, long hours usually means a lot more stress. Stress is being regarded as the number risk factor to heart disease.

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