Research suggests that anger can be bad for your heart. Managing those emotions can help reduce the risk of a heart attack.
Research suggests that anger can be bad for your heart. Managing those emotions can help reduce the risk of a heart attack. TNS
Research suggests that anger can be bad for your heart. Managing those emotions can help reduce the risk of a heart attack. TNS

Learning to manage your anger can help decrease the risk of a heart attack

February 19, 2017 1:37 PM

About Linda Lewis Griffith

Linda Lewis Griffith

Linda Lewis Griffith is a local marriage and family therapist. For information or to contact her, visit www.lindalewisgriffith.com.