(MARKETWATCH) — Financial volatility isn’t good for the markets, and it also might not be good for your health.

Abrupt income drops for young adults are associated with greater risks of heart disease in later years, a new study released Monday revealed.

In fact, the people exposed to dips and spikes in their budgets faced more than double the risk of heart disease over the next 10 years and almost double the risk of death, researchers said.

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