In 2015, a study conducted by Pierre Meneton, entitled “Unemployment is associated with high cardiovascular event rate and increased all-cause mortality in middle-aged socially privileged individuals,” was published in the International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health.
The results suggest that there may be an association between unemployment and poorer cardiovascular health, unlinked to other conventional risk factors, such as age.
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