People who regularly work long hours may be significantly increasing their risk of developing heart disease, the world’s biggest killer.
Researchers said a long-term study showed that working more than 11 hours a day increased the risk of heart disease by 67 percent, compared with working a standard 7 to 8 hours a day.
I guess that means I am at a higher risk of heart disease — it’s not uncommon for medical students and doctors to regularly work 12 to 18 hours a day!
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