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Death from Overwork

Death from Overwork

In Japanese, Chinese, and Korean, death from overwork is called Karoshi, Guolaosi, and Gwarosa.

The phrase has no word in English, but people around us are victims.

Sleep deprivation is a significant issue in our world today.

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