Memo to Big 4 Partners

“Overtime-induced work stress might contribute to a substantial proportion of cardiovascular disease.”

~ Gordon McInnes, professor of clinical pharmacology at the University of Glasgow’s Western Infirmary.

“Overtime-induced work stress might contribute to a substantial proportion of cardiovascular disease.”

~ Gordon McInnes, professor of clinical pharmacology at the University of Glasgow’s Western Infirmary.

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