Angry outbursts may up heart attack risk, study finds

05/15/2013 | Reuters

Having outbursts of anger more than doubles a person's risk of heart attack within two hours of such an episode, a study published online in the American Journal of Cardiology found. "The association is consistently stronger with increasing anger intensity; it's not just that any anger is going to increase your risk," said study author Elizabeth Mostofsky.

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