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Here’s how psychosocial stress ups risk of coronary heart disease in women – Hindustan Times

The study also found that high-stress life events, such as a spouse’s death, divorce/separation or physical or verbal abuse, as well as social strain, were each…



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Psychosocial stress, typically resulting from difficulty coping with challenging environments, may work synergistically to put women at significantly higher risk of developing coronary heart disease, a new study suggested.
The study led by researchers at Drexel University’s Dornsife School of Public Health was recently published in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
The study specifically suggested that the effects of job strain and social strain — the negative aspect of social relationships…

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