Long working hours killing 745,000 people a year, study finds

The researchers said that there were two ways longer working hours led to poor health outcomes: firstly through physiological responses to stress, and secondly because longer hours meant workers were more likely to adopt health-harming behaviours such as tobacco and alcohol use, less sleep and exercise, and an unhealthy diet.


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