Air pollution, especially inhaling the ultra fine particles of traffic fumes raise cardiovascular risks and triggers more heart attacks than alcohol, drugs or physical exertion, claims an intriguing new study.
Pessimistic, stressed-out people are more prone to heart problems. According to the findings of a new study, “distressed” people, having a personality profile known as Type D, carry thrice the risk of future heart problems, compared to more contented, optimistic people.
If Dell Inc’s sales and earnings per share (EPS) have fallen, support for Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Michael Dell has slid too.
A soft and pleasing personality not only adds to you overall outlook, it also gives you a health advantage. According to the findings of a new research, aggressive and angry people face a greater risk for heart attack and stroke.
No one wants to work with difficult people, since they decrease productivity, increase frustration, and hamper the working environment. It is essential to tackle them early on before the productivity of the whole workplace suffers.
Los Angeles, December 5 -- Chris Brown once again apologized publicly for his brutal assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna in February of this year. The R&B singer appeared on ABC News 20/20 to tell the world he never ever had problems with anger.