June 20, 2017- Work Related Stress and Cancer: Recent Study Examines the Connection

Researchers from the University of Quebec and University of Montreal conducted a study on how prolonged exposure to work-related stress can greatly impact an individual’s health and may increase their risks of developing certain kinds of cancers. The results showed that employment in at least one stressful job increase the odds of various cancers, including stomach cancer. Most of the common reasons for work related-stress included: high demand, time pressure, responsibilities, anxious temperament, financial insecurity, personal conflicts, difficult working conditions, and traffic.
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