People who feel 'physically stressed' by their jobs may be at greater risk for memory loss - even if their work is NOT labor-intensive | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

People who feel 'physically stressed' by their jobs may be at greater risk for memory loss - even if their work is NOT labor-intensive

Scientists have linked on-the-job stress to brain aging and memory loss for the first time, according to new research from Colorado State University.
Their findings pertain to a very specific kind of stress. Through surveys about people's most recent jobs, memory tests and scans of their brains they found brain changes and recall problems in people who found their jobs physically stressful.

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