Working 55 hours or more per week could kill you

Heavy-duty OT can increase your risk of heart disease, a new study finds.

A new study published this week in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that long workdays increase your risk of heart disease.

The study looked at 7,095 British civil servant workers, who regularly logged 11 hours or more a day, and found they were 67 percent more like to develop coronary heart disease than those who worked seven to eight hours, Consumer Reports said.

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