Monday, November 20, 2006

Negative Personality May Hurt Heart

Study Ties Combination of 4 Negative Traits to Men's Heart Disease Risk WebMD 11/17/06 "Men with a strong mix of anger, depression, hostility, and anxiety may be more likely to develop coronary heart disease...Anger, anxiety, depression, and hostility each independently predicted heart disease.
But the mix of those traits, reflected in the combination score, "was the most powerful predictor of heart disease," Suarez says...The study doesn't prove negative personality traits cause heart disease. And it doesn't show exactly how negative personality traits may have affected the men's hearts."

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