Thursday, September 4, 2014

Interpersonal Relations Affect Blood Pressure and Life Expectancy

Researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have shown that spouses who argue frequently have higher blood pressure.  Those who have a lot of friends or who are surrounded by family with frequent contact have a lower risk of heart disease and are more likely to live longer.

 Google Rodlescia Sneed or Karen Mathews at the University of Pittsburgh for more info.

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