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Being top dog 'is less stressful'

Individuals in powerful leadership roles are less stressed than their minions, a new study shows.

The reason is that leadership brings a greater sense of being in control, scientists at Harvard University in the US believe.

The finding overturns the popular notion that captains of industry, heads of government and military chiefs pay a high price for their success.