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WOMEN WHO SPEND DECADES WORKING 60-HOUR WEEKS ARE THREE TIMES MORE AT RISK FOR CANCER, HEART DISEASE AND DIABETES




A new study by The Ohio State University reveals that long work hours for women are linked to alarming increases in cancer, heart disease and the early development of other chronic, life-threatening illnesses. Women who put in extra hours for the bulk of their careers – with work weeks that average 60 hours or more over three decades – may end up paying a huge price. In fact, those women are thought by scientists to be tripling their risk of diabetes, cancer, heart trouble and arthritis.


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