Research finds link between women with work stress, heart attacks

Article Date: Mar 4, 2014



Five years ago, the last thing Trisha Newell expected was to have a heart attack because she was in good health and exercised often. A Harvard study shows women with high stress levels in their jobs are 67 percent more likely to have a heart attack than others. Dr. Himanshu Agarwal, a cardiologist with Alegent Creighton Clinic, says women at risk can take action.


Reader Comments
There are currently no comments.
Post a Comment
Comment Policy
Name *
Email Address *
Spam Check * I am:
An Individual
A Business
CHI Health Employee
A Spambot
3 + 1 =
Message *
This is a moderated comment section.
Your post will be displayed upon approval.
Recent Articles
Wong Ready for Retirement, Excited for Hospital's Future
May 21, 2015

Teaming Up to Help a Highly-Decorated – and Stranded – Vet
May 20, 2015

CHI Health St. Elizabeth and Nebraska Heart Named Best in Nation for Care
May 20, 2015

This Teamwork Could Save Your Life One Day
May 19, 2015

His 7-month-old Son Taught Him to Fight
May 19, 2015