I have a good friend and client who runs a small business, and he frequently tells me that, even though his business is profitable, he's up many nights worrying about it. Now he's got something else to worry about: All this stress may cause him to get cancer.
That's according to the results of a study released recently.
To be more specific, the European College of Neuropsychopharmacology's Congress in Vienna studied 15,938 Britons over the age of 40 for 15 years and found that men in this category who suffer from "generalized anxiety disorder" were twice as likely to die from cancer as men without the disorder and that women who suffer from severe anxiety had no increased risk of cancer death.
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