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Relacionan horarios largos de trabajo con enfermedad cardíaca y accidente cerebrovascular

May 17, 2021 - Trabajar 55 horas o más por semana se asocia a un riesgo 35 por ciento más alto de accidente cerebrovascular y 17 por ciento más alto de enfermedad cardíaca, en comparacion con semanas laborales de 35-40 horas 35-40, según la Organización Mundial de la Salud.

The first global study of its kind showed that long working hours led to 745,000 deaths from stroke and heart disease in 2016 – an increase of nearly 30 percent from 2000.

People in Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific region were the most affected. The WHO also said the trend may worsen due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The study, conducted with the International Labour Organisation (ILO), showed almost three quarters of those that died were men.

PUBLISHED: 17/05/2021; STORY: Graphic News