An analysis of obituaries in the New York Times suggests that the cost of achieving fame as a performer or in sport may be a shorter life. The Australian-based researchers, who analyzed one thousand obituaries, write about their findings in a paper published online in QJM: An International Journal of Medicine this week.



Numerous studies show that job-related factors are linked to lifespan.



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