All work and no play can be deadly. A TV reporter in Japan worked herself to death after logging 159 hours of overtime and taking only two days off in the month before she died, according to a report Thursday. Miwa Sado, 31, who worked for public broadcaster NHK in Tokyo, died of congestive heart...
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