Divorced Women Are More Likely To Have A Heart Attack, Says New Study, As If Ending A Marriage Isn’t Stressful Enough | Bustle

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As if divorce wasn’t painful enough, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but a new study shows that divorce plays a significant role in determining a woman’s likelihood of getting a heart attack. Researchers found that divorced women are more likely to get heart attacks than those who stay married. All in all, heartbreak may literally break your heart.

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