Health of loved ones biggest stress for Brits

Financial concerns next biggest stress points for most families

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Health of loved ones biggest stress for Brits

The health of loved ones, such as partners and children, have been identified as the biggest stresses for Brits, according to research from MetLife UK.

In an analysis of consumer views of financial protection, the insurer conducted a survey of 2,000 UK adults. The health of peoples' partners and that of their children were the two most commonly identified stress points, being selected by 70% and 67% of respondents respectively. Financial concerns dominated the rest of the list of stresses respondents were asked about. Being redundant was identified as a key stress for 58% of respondents, with 55% admitted being stressed...

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