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Study: Type of exercise may triple risk for a heart attack

Next time you need to blow off some steam, maybe skip the boxing and stick to yoga. A new study found exercising while angry triples your risk of a heart attack within an hour. SEE MORE: The Strange, Dangerous Truth About Dietary And Workout Supplements On their own, just being angry or exercising in a neutral state doubles your risk of a heart attack. Out of all the heart attack cases studied, 14 percent of the victims had been angry during the hour before, and 14 percent had been exercising within that time frame.
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