Whether you are working long hours to earn a promotion or extra money, spending too much time at work can affect your physical and mental health. Common health problems associated with working too many include depression, insomnia, and cardiovascular disease. Learn more about the dangers working too much to discover how you can improve your overall health.
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Two weeks ago Carla Rountree of Washington, D.C., was enjoying an autumn afternoon with friends at the Maryland Renaissance Festival, gaily dressed in a tutu with a goofy unicorn horn tied to her head. While ordering a drink at a beverage stall, a man standing next to her said, "You know, I could grab that horn like you're an ice cream cone, flip you over, and just lick you." She retorted, "I don't think you'd like the results of that.
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Learn more about the dangers working too much to discover how you can improve your overall health.
She retorted, "I don't think you'd like the results of that.