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Despite killing at least as many women as men, coronary heart disease continues to be overlooked in women, a review has found.
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Here’s a reminder that working conditions and the demands of managers affect more than productivity: Being stressed on the job was found to be associated with a 25 percent increased risk of coronary heart disease.
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