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January 07, 2021
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Cleveland Clinic: “Stress & Heart Disease.”
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center: “The Connection Between Heart Health and Stress.”
Harvard Medical School: “Stress and your heart,” “Women, work, stress, and heart disease: 5 ways to protect yourself,” “Uncovering the link between emotional stress and heart disease,” “Reduce your stress to protect your heart.”
British Heart Foundation: “Feeling stressed? Research shows how stress can lead to heart attacks and stroke.”
Mayo Clinic: “Chronic stress puts your health at risk.”
University of Rochester Medical Center: “Stress Can Increase Your Risk for Heart Disease.”
PLoS One: “Job strain, job insecurity, and incident cardiovascular disease in the Women's Health Study: results from a 10-year prospective study.”
American Heart Association: “Stress and Heart Health,” “Is Broken Heart Syndrome Real?”
FamilyDoctor.org: “Tips for Recovering and Staying Well After a Heart Attack.”
CDC: “How Does Sleep Affect Your Heart Health?”
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