Doctors from the USA, New Zealand and the UK have established that people with lower credit scores are more likely to suffer heart disease and blood vessels. Data of the study were published Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Only in the study were surveyed over a thousand people. Volunteers with a large number of debts often suffered from diseases of the cardiovascular system.
Another interesting conclusion made by scientists: "typical" debtors begin to borrow money in the first ten years of his life, but not in adulthood. Apparently, a certain predisposition to life in the loan is still there.
Scientists advise debtors to closely monitor their own health and often to get screened. But with big debts, it is best to promptly pay.