Job strain associated with heart disease

Researchers have found an association between job strain and coronary heart disease.

People who experience job strain are 23% more likely to experience a heart attack, compared to people without such stress.

Job strain results from doing highly demanding work with little freedom to control decisions about that work.

Read my recent article, “Out of Control”, in the July issue of HRMonthly to learn more.

About the author

Dr. John Cummins, consultant physician and CEO, specializes in preventative medicine and longevity. With over 30 years of experience, he integrates technology with evidence-based practices to enhance health outcomes.

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