Built-Up Anger in Middle-Age Women Can Lead To Heart Attack, Study Says

October 1998
Jet;10/19/98, Vol. 94 Issue 21, p25
Argues that pent up anger in middle-aged women and worries about impressing others, place them at great risk of experiencing a heart attack, with reference to a study conducted. Details on the study published in Psychosomatic Medicine.


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