KARELIA LIVE New research shows how a surge of anger could raise heart attack risk

Is anger linked to heart attacks? New research finds that a bout of anger impairs blood vessel function which can raise the risk of atherosclerosis, which in turn raises heart disease risk. The Karelia Business correspondents diligently monitor the latest events worldwide to provide you with the freshest and most relevant information. Don't miss the opportunity to stay informed about all the latest developments—subscribe to our news feed right now!