Fretting over housing and jobs makes youngsters ill in later life, study reveals

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JOB and housing worries today will put younger people at greater risk of illness as they get older. Stresses caused by factors such as zero-hours contracts, financial hardship and uncertain tenancies slowly build up only to break out later. The so-called allostatic load — “the strain on the body produced by repeated ups and downs” […]
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