In a stunning example of science telling us something we already know, a new study finds that bad management may be bad for your heart.
The BCC reports that "A Swedish team found a strong link between poor leadership and the risk of serious heart disease and heart attacks among more than 3,000 employed men." The study found that people with lousy managers had higher stress, were more likely to smoke MOREBing - Nov 25, 2008 11:53 AM ET
USA TODAY reportsthat this ferschlugginer economic crisis is hitting us where it really hurts: in our bodies. They say if you have your health you have everything. Now, thanks to all those idiot risk managers, bankers, real estate brokers, and assorted members of the $500 million exit-package club, we won't even have that.
Since last year, when the spectre of all this nonsense began spoiling our lunch, polls reveal that:
Irritability and MOREBing - Oct 7, 2008 3:00 PM ET
The No. 1 reason why people quit a job is excessive stress, according to a recent study. Yet HR managers think insufficient pay and lack of career development are the issues, says Fortune's Anne Fisher in her February 7 Ask Annie column. You can't count on your company to help you cope. So how do you manage stress at work?Gabrielle S. (CNNMoney) - Feb 6, 2008 6:06 PM ET
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