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Bursts of Anger Could Increase Heart Attack Risk

by Meaghan Cameron MS
Bursts of Anger Could Increase Heart Attack Risk

We’ve all experienced the visceral sensations of anger—like clenched fists, a clamped jaw, tight chest, even a racing heart. While anger can be a natural part of the human experience, research suggests the physiological effects of it are not always harmless.

Columbia University researchers may have discovered one way a red-hot flash of conflict can lead to permanent outcomes.

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