Long Hours Could Drive Employees to Drink
Does working overtime lead to alcohol abuse?
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Working long hours may raise the risk for alcohol abuse.
Researchers found people who spent a lot of time at work increased their rate of drinking by 11 percent.
The results did not differ for men and women or by age.
Health experts say this shows employers need to think carefully before pushing employees to put in more hours.
Do you ever get anxious when your iPhone isn’t close-by?
A new study suggests the separation anxiety might be impacting your cognitive abilities.
Researchers found iPhone users who were tasked with solving a series of puzzles did better when they had their iPhones with them.
When the phones weren’t nearby, they experienced higher heart rate, blood pressure and anxiety.