Numbers Don't Lie

Monday, March 27, 2006

Stressed-out workers at much higher risk for heart disease

According to a latest British medical research, people who are seriously stressed out at work, are 2 times likely to suffer from obese, insulin intolerance, high blood pressure, high cholesterol than their laid-back coworkers. The funny (and sad) thing is, workers near the bottom of the corporate ladder are 2 times likely develop those heart disease and other cardiovascular problems than workers at the top of the corporate ladder.
Source: British Medical Journal, Jan. 21, 2006

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Blogger leo said...

how stupid.. the people at the fucking bottom are doing ALL THE FUCKING WORK and get nothing for doing it!

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