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Word on the Street: Study says angry outbursts increase heart attack risk

New findings say that staying calm can help

New findings say that staying calm can help avoid health issues when angry and stressed. (March 6, 2014 11:58 AM)

If you're prone to angry outbursts, you could be at a higher risk of having a heart attack and stroke. 

According to a new study from the European Heart Journal, people who severely lose their tempers are four times more likely to have cardiovascular issues that those who remain calm. 

Doctors associated with the findings say that the reason is that anger causes increased heart...

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