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.


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