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Be happy: live long

...ological expressions of emotion like depression or hostility can lead to illness," said David Snowdon, University of Kentucky professor of neurology and director of the Nun Study for the school's Sanders-Brown Center on Aging. He also added, "Our theory is that negative emotional states such as anxiety, hatre...

Hostility can hurt your heart

...at it is one possible reason that people with high hostility and anger tend to get heart disease. The study me...ad higher levels of homocysteine as they show more hostility and anger than women and are at higher risk for heart disease. Stoney further stated that high-host...

Aggressiveness is a prime heart disease risk

Older men with high levels of hostility have a greater risk of heart disease than if they ... of 720 men, average age 65, noting their level of hostility towards others and the world around them.// They also asked them about traditional heart disease ris...

Let Anger go, Save the Headache

...and anxiety is taken into account. Trait anger and hostility did not differ between the groups after researchers controlled for depression and anxiety. Previous research shows people with headaches may experience more problems with anger and how they express it when compared to people without headaches. Recen...

Let Anger go, Save the Headache

...and anxiety is taken into account. Trait anger and hostility did not differ between the groups after researchers controlled for depression and anxiety.. Previous research shows people with headaches may experience more problems with anger and how they express it when compared to people without headaches. Recen...

Anger Hard on the Heart

...llation. Specifically, men with higher feelings of hostility were 30-percent more likely to develop atrial fibrillation compared with men with lower hostility levels. Hostility is defined as someone who expects the worse from people. As for anger, researchers...

Anger can cause health problems

... and emotions through studies, have found out that hostility may be one of the major health risks and can even cause death from cardiac related issues. In one study, reserachers had found that for men with a history of cardiovascular disease and postmenopausal women with history of heart disease, the risk of ...

‘Marriage Squabbles’ bad for both Emotional and Physical Wound

...hostile couples. This delay could be longer if the hostility was longer than half hour. This finding may throw some light on why do chronic wounds e.g. skin ulcers do not heal. If this study I further validated than psychological component may be needed to treat chronic ailments including chronic wounds. T...

Heart disease: Men Are From Mars, Women From Venus

...ssible to pinpoint the exact reason. Expression of hostility during marital disagreements can lead to hardening...d peaceful and calm, most of the couples displayed hostility to a level that necessitated marriage counseling. The CT exams done two days after the discussion wa...

Self Harming Teenagers on the Rise in Britain

... situation worse. Others were met with ridicule or hostility from the professionals they turned to for help.’ Linda Dunion, director of the See Me campaign, whose key agenda is to spread the awareness of the issue in Scotland, says 'Our research shows that over 40 per cent of adults think young people who sel...

Nurses Are Furious but the Exact Reason Is Not Clear

...urses have become unnerving, demonstrating// their hostility to a government which was a great ally until a year ago. But the question is why and what are they furious about? There are 70,000 nurses and their number keeps increasing day by day. Their pay has also risen considerably over the past three years. ...

Anger exacerbates lung deterioration

...lungs weakens. According to researchers, anger and hostility can aggravate this process.// An 8-year study wa...udy is one of the first to show prospectively that hostility is associated with poorer pulmonary function and more rapid rates of decline among older men," said ...

Libyan Lawyers For The HIV-positive Children Seek 15million Dinars As Compensation

...e ties just about to get pleasant after decades of hostility and ostracism. Washington has for long backed Bulgaria and the European Union in their statement that the medics, in jail in Libya since 1999, are innocent. It was reported that Tripoli has informally suggested in meetings with diplomats and charit...

The Blessing of Good Mental Health Begins with Breast Milk, Says a Study

...ed for more than six months had remarkably reduced hostility and unsocial manners, and were found to handle the ups and downs of life with poise. There were lesser rates of depression and anxiety as they advanced in life. Enunciating the benefits of breast milk for all-round wellbeing of the child, the resea...

Relationship Between Sleep Apnea And Aggression In Sex Offenders Explored

...selves based on personal anger, verbal aggression, hostility and physical aggression before and after treatment. The subjects scored themselves significantly better post-CPAP treatment, but it is unclear whether this treatment will lead to observational changes in behavior. “The current study shows a poten...

Outwardly Expressed Anger Affects Some Women’s Heart Arterie

...ively with female subjects, suggest that anger and hostility alone are not predictive for coronary artery disea...r objects appears to be the most “toxic” aspect of hostility in women. In fact, the researchers analyzed a variety of measures related to anger, including cynici...

Skepticism is Bad for Your Health

...ed in the British Medical Journal also finds that, hostility can cause damage to the lung, reducing its capacity. Vicky Styman, cardiac nurse at the British Heart Foundation, said: "There is insufficient evidence to say that stress, depression or other emotions are significant risk factors for heart disease,...

Symptoms of Depression Associated With Artery Diseases

...rol; questionnaires to assess depression, anxiety, hostility and anger; and ultrasound tests to determine carotid artery intima-media thickness (IMT), a measure of the inner layers of the arteries that is related to early-stage coronary artery disease. Cardiovascular risk factors and IMT were assessed again af...

Hostile Behavior in Women may Be Gene Based

...ittsburgh have found that behaviors such as anger, hostility and aggression may be genetic, rooted in variation...kely to score lower on two common tests for anger, hostility and aggression. These findings may aid in establishing a potential marker for certain conditions a...

Brazil Government In Contention With Merck Over Anti-AIDS Drug

...if someone in the healthcare system had ever shown hostility or lack of respect toward them, ever paid less attention to them than others, or had ever refused them service. Out of those surveyed, 40 percent believed they had experienced discrimination. Of this group, 60 percent concluded that an underlying rea...

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