The risk of Heart disease and premature death may be higher

Research suggests “the risk of heart disease and premature death may be higher for people who experience sudden, unpredictable income drops in early adulthood.” Investigators found that “young adults with two or more significant drops in income over a 15-year period had more than twice the risk of developing heart disease and nearly twice the risk of dying early, compared to those with a more stable income.”

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