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Stress doubles risk of heart attack MP3

A landmark medical study has confirmed what many of us have always suspected - people who feel highly stressed are twice as likely to die of a heart attack. The findings are the latest research from the Whitehall study in the UK which has tracked the health of public servants for 18 years. The study found even when assessed against other risk factors, the participants who described themselves as highly stressed suffe... Source: abc.net.au

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