3 ways your commute to work may be slowly killing you
ommuting to work: traffic, crowded trains, moody passengers, delayed buses. But there's another, more serious reason you should dread your daily commute - it might be slowly worsening your health, and in some severe cases, even increasing your risk of premature death.DNAInfo's Nicole Levy reports that "the toll our daily commute takes on us has long-term implications on our mental and physical health."
TOP VIDEOS FOR YOUShe looked at research conducted by people like Richard Wener, a professor of environmental psychology at New York University and a longtime commuter, to find out how our daily commutes are affecting our health. In her article, she highlights seven insidious ways it's harming us. Here are three of them:
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