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Shar­ing one’s feel­ings might im­prove car­dio­vas­cu­lar ef­fects as­so­ci­ated with anger, ac­cord­ing to one new study. Par­tic­i­pants were made an­gry by be­ing given neg­a­tive feed­back. Then some of the an­gry peo­ple were ques­tioned about their emo­tional state. They had dif­fer­ent car­diac re­sponses from those who were not ques­tioned. Said lead au­thor Karim Kassam of Carnegie Mellon Univer­sity, “Essen­tially, we’re ask­ing peo­ple how they’re feel­ing and find­ing that do­ing so has a size­able im­pact on their car­dio­vas­cu­lar re­sponse.”

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