People who are angry and emotionally upset while doing heavy physical activity have thrice the risk of heart attack.
Violent, attacking rage in mice could be turned on and off by brain adjustments in a recent study. Researchers say that learning more about brain circuitry regarding aggression in male mice could lend clues later to what drives human actions.
Hungry men and women with low blood sugar are significantly more likely to angrily lash out at their spouse or romantic partner, according to a new study.
The hormone regulating neurotransmitters glutamate and serotonin have long been associated with happiness, with serotonin in particular being the subject of many reward-based behavioral studies. However, a new study has found that if a male mouse is exposed to high levels of these transmitters, they become exceptionally aggressive and violent.
During a time when physical violence is a major issue in the United States, it's unsettling to know that many adults with anger issues have guns, according to a new study.
In an astonishing new study, researchers found that two intense emotions - anger and anxiety - are linked to an increased risk of heart attack.