By AUTHOR NAME, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Correspondent We all have times when bad temper gets the best of us. But letting anger escalate to an outpouring of rage can unleash more than just […]
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Chronic stress has been linked to heart disease for decades, but the exact connection hasn’t always been clear.
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