June 21, 2024

Getting angry may increase your risk of a heart attack or stroke for 40 minutes afterwards, study suggests

Dr Daichi Shimbo, study author and a professor of medicine at Columbia University, said: ‘We saw that evoking an angered state led to blood vessel dysfunction.’Dr Daichi Shimbo, study author and a professor of medicine at Columbia University, said: ‘We saw that evoking an angered state led to blood vessel dysfunction.’Read MoreHealth News | Mail Online

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