Angry outbursts linked to increased heart attack, stroke risks

03/4/2014 | HealthDay News · CNN/The Chart blog

An analysis of data from nine studies found that in the hours after an angry outburst, the risk rises for heart attack, stroke and ventricular arrhythmia. The risk of a cardiovascular event was greater among those with more frequent outbursts and those with existing heart conditions and other risk factors. The analysis appears in the European Heart Journal.

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