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If you’re a procrastinator, this may motivate you to change your ways: You’re more likely to develop heart disease. That’s according to the Journal of Behavioral Medicine. Researchers found that people who procrastinate take more health risks, like smoking and drinking… They also have chronic stress – because they’re always worried about what they’re NOT getting done. Put those two together and you have a recipe for inflammation and heart disease. So get your to-do’s handled… And you’ll be a lot healthier mentally and physically.