Aug 4, 2001-- A Harvard Medical School Study of 1,623 heart attack survivors found that when subjects became angry during emotional conflicts, their risk of subsequent heart attacks was more than double that those that remained calm. (417 reads)
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As I get older, I realize that the thing I value the most is good-heartedness.
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