Study: High-pressure jobs may fuel women's heart attack risk

Study: High-pressure jobs may fuel women's heart attack risk

A new research study from the Harvard School of Public Health found that women with high-pressure jobs who feel they have little control over their days may be at higher risk for heart attack or the need for coronary bypass surgery.

A new research study from the Harvard School of Public Health gives women another reason to stamp out work-related stress. Presented Nov. 14 at the annual meeting of the American Heart Association in Chicago, the research found that women with high-pressure jobs who feel they have little control over their days may be at higher risk for heart attack or the need for coronary bypass surgery.

Read the HealthDay report on the research and then learn seven tactics for easing anxiety and stress.

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