Even Small Amounts Of Anger Could Cause Heart Attacks Or Strokes, Harvard School of Public Health Study
Published: Mar 05, 2014
Having a hot temper may increase your risk of having a heart attack or stroke, according to researchers. Rage often precedes an attack and may be the trigger, say the US researchers who trawled medical literature. They identified a dangerous period of about two hours following an outburst when people were at heightened risk.
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