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People who work longer hours are ‘far more likely to go bald’

Researchers have said workers should have a ‘limitation of working hours’ to prevent hair loss.

Working long hours may be beneficial for your bank account but it could be bad news for your hair. 

A new study has discovered career success may come at a price after finding that people who work more than 52 hours a week are twice as likely to go bald. 

Although many of us are paid to work 40 hours, walking out of the office at 5pm is often a distant dream.

Research into the links between longer working hours and hair loss has taken results from 13,000 men in South Korea, where its commonplace to far exceed 40 hours at work each week.

 

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