Uh-Oh: Chance Of Having A Heart Attack Spikes After Working More Than 10 Hours Per Day

A new study in the European Heart Journal says that your chances of having a heart attack spike if you work 11 or 12 hours per day.

European researchers found that people who work 11 hours or more every day have 60% greater risk of heart attack, angina and death from cardiovascular disease than those who just work 7 or 8 hours, according to Bloomberg.

They do say additional studies are needed for the connection be fully conclusive, but yikes. Everyone on Wall Street is screwed.

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