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Working Overtime Raises Heart Disease Risk

Working Overtime Raises Heart Disease Risk: The study found that, compared with people who did not work overtime, people who worked three or more hours longer than a normal, seven-hour day had a 60 percent higher risk of heart-related problems such as death due to heart disease, non-fatal heart attacks and angina. See this week’s Item #1.