Men's Health

Will a Little Vacation Kill You?

You’ve earned time off. And there’s enough to deal with when traveling without freaking out about spending your vacation over the toilet or in the ER. Or over the the ER. Here and in the new book scientists Lise Johnson, Ph.D., and Eric Chudler, Ph.D., investigate what’s worth stressing over. Worry about the things in the upper right corner of this island more than those on the left side, as the former are more likely to happen, with higher consequences if they do. In the lower right, the odds of them happening are so low you can forget about them. Bon voyage.

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