Putting in more time at work might benefit your career but could leave you at greater risk of a stroke.

A study published in the American Heart Association’s journal*Stroke*determined long working hours — classified as more than 10 hours daily at least 50 days out of the year — for a decade or more had a stronger link to stroke.

No differences were noted between women and men, but white collar workers under 50 saw a strong association to stroke.

The Washington Post*reports employees working…






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