Examining a group of some 7000 low-risk British civil servants, researchers found that long work hours make the risk of heart disease higher. After adjusting for their Framingham risk score, those who worked 11 or more hours per day had a 67% increased risk for coronary disease compared to those who worked the normal 7-8 hours. The authors suggest “further testing is needed.”
PositiveTip: Are you working long hours? Perhaps you need to cut back a bit for your heart’s sake.