We don't have test results for exceeding gravity by little, for exceedingly long periods. Longest tests were of order of a week (see this substantial answer with links and data), at 1.5g acceleration (which, for all practical purposes simulates increased gravity) - that means a typical expedition, like the Lunar expeditions could operate in these conditions just fine, but a colony could encounter unforeseen health problems.
There may be techniques that could mitigate some of the problems of prolonged exposure - e.g. remaining immersed in water causes external pressure to mitigate a large part of the stress on cardiovascular system. Although high-G worlds are definitely low-priority when planning a manned landing; tyranny of the Rocket Equation makes launch/return from these exceptionally expensive.