Businessman sleeping at deskBeing a workaholic is a badge of honor these days. Sixty-hour weeks and late-night emails are practically a requirement in some industries. But working too much can interfere with your health and happiness, according to a new review from the University of Georgia. The list of consequences is lengthy: stress, burnout, depression, poor physical health, and work-life conflict. So where’s the line between healthy dedication and risky overload? If the majority of these warning signs sound familiar, it may be time to slow down, said study author Malissa Clark, Ph.D. More