You know unemployment hurts your wallet. It can also do damage to your heart.
A new study shows going through multiple job losses can be as big a threat to your heart as smoking or high blood pressure.
The greatest risk for a heart attack showed to be in people who had been fired or laid off, as opposed to quitting.
This study adds to decades of research linking job loss and health effects.
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