Report Says 24/7 Work Emails Affect Health And Relationships

People who get round-the-clock work emails may be hurting their health.  A study by Lehigh University finds that the anxiety produced by the constant emails not only decreases relationship satisfaction and health of the employee, but also has the same impact on their spouse.  The study is the first to test the relationship between electronic communications during non-work hours and health and relationship satisfaction of the employee and their significant other.