Overtime work may overdrive diabetes risk in women

Working overtime may help your paycheck and give you a leg up in the office, but a new study suggests that women who log too many hours may have an increased the risk of diabetes.
0:39 | 07/03/18

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Cooler for women who work long hours researchers have found that women who consistently worked 45 hours a week or more. Had a 63%. Hike your risk of getting diabetes has compared with women who worked fewer hours the risk was not found in net. Doctor suggests the stressed combined with the extra work women do at home could explain the different. It's a study finds that the risk of dying from any cause especially heart disease and cancer declined as coffee consumption. Increase and researchers say it doesn't matter whether you drink decaf or regular ingesting caffeine is not responsible for the health benefits to same goes for ground or instant coffee there was no difference found in health benefits.

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