Good anger, bad anger

Anger management is not all about controlling and stifling anger especially if you want to be good to your heart.

It’s not five minutes since researchers revealed that anger, particularly among men could cause heart problems. Now, it seems a different group has observed the opposite effect – expressing anger may protect against heart attack and stroke. So, should we chill out or indulge that road rage? Vote now.

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