A study suggests self-employed women might have health advantages.

Owner of fish store dressed in apron with her arms crossed in foreground with a male and female employee in the background

Working for yourself can offer several key perks, including greater flexibility and autonomy that might be lacking in a more traditional work structure. But could self-employment also boost cardiovascular health?

New long-term research suggests it could — among women, at least. Those who were self-employed were less likely to have high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity, and reported higher amounts of physical activity than…


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