Stress at Work and at Home Increase Risk of Death

Aug 15, 2008 1:53 pm

For men with an above average risk of heart disease, the combination of a very stressful job and their marriage breaking up increases their chances of dying by as much as 69 percent compared with men in low stress jobs who remained married, according to a new report published recently in the Journal Archives of Internal Medicine.

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