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Repressing Negative Emotions Will Cut Your Life Short!

Filed under: HealthScience!Scary!

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If you're hiding your anger or sadness, one day it will just all spill over and you will just die right there.

JK! But repressing those emotions WILL cut years off your life!! Such fab news for those who love to yell and rant! LOLz!

In this new study, they looked at 6,000+ people. It's no small study. They found that those who internalised their anxiety suffered from raised pulse, and that those who are 'hot tempered' live longer! Over time this results in high blood pressure and an increased chance of developing a wide range of illnesses, from coronary heart disease to cancer and kidney damage. So yeah, get all that stuff off your chest asap!

Here's what the study said, and how they defined repressing:

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Tobacco Companies Forced By Judge To Admit They Lied About Smoking Dangers

Filed under: Legal MattersBusiness BlitzHealthSmoking

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This is a pretty big deal!

A federal judge has decided that tobacco companies will have to publish corrective statements saying that they lied about the dangers of smoking!

They'll have to basically run ads saying they're liars and that smoking is actually worse for you than they've previously let on.

Smoking kills 1,200 people a day! We'd be interested to see what spin they can try and put on that!

Each company will have to say that they:

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If You Have To Eat Carbs, Eat Them With Dinner!

Filed under: FoodHealth

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If you're looking to lose weight, you know that cutting carbs is one of the best ways to do it.

The only problem is that carbs are SUPER delicious. Like, can't get them out of your mind delicious. So good they give you a food boner delicious.

The good news is that there's a new study that suggest eating carbs — at dinner — might help you lose weight!

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Half Of All Americans Will Get Heart Disease

Filed under: FitnessHealthScary!

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This isn't good news in the slightest: half of all Americans will get heart disease. It's already the leading killer, why can't we just catch a break?

Oh yeah, it's because we're lazy.

This latest analysis considers the lifetime risk for all cardiovascular diseases, a category that includes coronary artery disease (whose symptoms are most often heart attack and angina) along with strokes, congestive heart failure, and more — something that really hasn't been done before. Usually, the analysis is limited to one disease, and a short period of time.

Here are the results:

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Is Looking Old A Sign Of Heart Trouble?

Filed under: Super SeniorsHealthScience!

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According to old people everywhere, no, looking old isn't a sign of heart trouble because literally everyone looks old when they're old and not everyone who is old has heart trouble.

According to a new study, though, the older you look, the worse shape your heart is in. The study, which began in 1976, followed 11,000 men and women for 35 years to find the connection between physical appearance and heart health.

So, what are the criteria of looking old?

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Scary! Food Chemicals That Hurt Your Heart!

Filed under: FoodHealthScary!

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More and more evidence is pointing to "low and slow" as the best way to cook and prepare your food!

It's true, a new study has shown that high heat cooking could be putting you at risk for cardiovascular disease. That sucks, because high heat is how you get that crispy crunch on things!

In the study, over the course of 10 days, 65 adults recorded what they ate so it could be calculated how many chemical leftovers (AGEs) from high temperature cooking each group consumed. Greater AGE intake lead to increased risk of heart disease.

So why does this happen?

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Women Who Quit Smoking Before 40 Won't Die As Early

Filed under: Etc.Smoking

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When it comes to smoking, we're pretty blunt around here (pun intended). That's why when we hear that you'll live much longer if you're a woman who quits smoking before 40, we'll straight up tell you that's the case.

The idea is this: the earlier you quit, the better, or else you're gonna cut your life short by at least 10 years. That's a decade with friends and family, the world, and everything awesome that comes with it!

This fact was made evident by posssiby the largest study ever on the hazards of smoking and benefits of stopping. Women who successfully quit before 40 avoided 90 percent of the added risk of early death caused by smoking — before 30, stopping helped women avoid 97 percent of the added risk!

WORTH. IT.

Here's what they found:

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