Long working hours have recently been on the radar of health experts and researchers. Previously, it has been linked to increased smoking and coronary heart disease. (More: Long Working Hours Linked to Increased Smoking)A new ...
The researchers found that women who worked an average of 60 hours or more over three decades had three times the risk of getting diabetes.
As per a British-based study, spending long hours at work may increase the risk of developing an irregular heart rhythm
There is plenty of evidence which indicates that long working hours may harm your health. Now, a new research has found that employes who work all night and sleep during the day burn fewer calories. ...
A study conducted sometime ago showed that people who over-work or work for extremely long hours are more likely to start smoking and in case of smokers it may even lead to increased smoking. Of ...
A new study explores the correlation between working too much and excess alcohol - but equally important is how well integrated you are in the workplace and the pattern of your working hours.
Danger highlighted by research suggesting those working a 55-hour week face 33% increased risk of stroke than those working a 35- to 40-hour week.
Research co-commissioned by Public Health England calls for a workplace revolution through use of sit-stand desks to avoid risks of a sedentary lifestyle.
Frequent short breaks are better than longer breaks and people who take "better breaks" experience better health and increased job satisfaction.
Short-term sleep loss due to long working hours may adversely affect your heart function, a study has warned.